hustling

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The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease to provide them with services; after being hustled, the patient’s insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment

hustling

Medical practice The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease, to provide them with services; after being hustled, the Pt's insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment. See Ambulance chaser.
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Joe, the grandson of Hungarian immigrants, was already such a notorious partier and pool hustler as a teen that even the never-say-a-bad-word-about-our-kids local sportswriter felt forced to pen a story addressing rumors that the Hungarian Howitzer "sawed a cow in half in the auditorium of the high school, punched a pregnant woman, punched a school administrator, bombed school board members' houses, poured gasoline on a fifth grader and set him afire, [and] threw eggs at Richard Nixon.
As the script goes, Louie Yates is a former hard-core pool hustler who eventually turned to religion and got into prison ministries, using trick- shot pool to teach parables.
From the bestselling author of The Solace of Leaving Early, a funny, heartwrenching novel following the fortunes of a particularly feisty young female pool hustler.
Slim is best known for playing poker and offering outlandish proposition bets, but in his early days he was a pool hustler, a trickster and, to use the American parlance, someone who both bet sports and booked sports.
Romford Slim is a mickey-take of the pool hustler character Minnesota Fats," he explains.
This film chronicles the complicated personal journey of Jericho, from streetwise kid on the rise in the underground circuit to successful pool hustler caught in a dangerous game of deception.
Paul Newman and Tom Cruise star, with Nik Kershaw, of course, on soundtrack, as a pool hustler takes an aspiring player under his wing.
WOLVES skipper Karl Henry has found the perfect way to unwind away from the pressures of helping his side in their current quest for promotion to the Premier League - he is a bit of a pool hustler.
One momentous problem in this bracket format of voting that cuts the field in half each time is that Anna Kournikova goes up against Jeanette Lee, aka ``The Black Widow'' pool hustler, in the very first round.
He stars as young pool hustler Fast Eddie Felsen, trying to convince the world that he is the greatest.
Those in the billiards world credit the 1986 film ``The Color of Money,'' in which Tom Cruise plays a cocky pool hustler opposite mentor/rival Paul Newman, as a factor in increasing the popularity of billiards.
Cracker of a drama about a pool hustler who has the guts to challenge an unbeatable big-time champion.