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pimping

Academia See Pimp. Cf Pumping.
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In prison, Beck not only studied pimping and criminality but also read widely, creating an eclectic foundation for his later books, which blend explicit, unflinching pulp tales with a militant skepticism of white capitalism.
The report said that Strauss-Kahn was originally under investigation for 'aggravated pimping as part of an organised gang' and is now facing the slightly less serious charge of 'aggravated pimping as part of a group,' along with 12 others.
The boys face a maximum seven-year jail term for pimping.
Demi tweeted: "A pimp and pimping is nothing more than a slave owner.
2000); the underclass (Morris, 2002); urban space (Baker, 2006); sexuality (Brison, 2001); prostitution and pimping (Van Brunschot et al.
For example a child may be taken in a car by an adult male from Huddersfield to Manchester or Bradford to London or Thornton Lodge to Birkby for the expressed purpose of pimping that child.
A FURTHER two men were yesterday remanded in custody in Paphos suspected of involvement in a case of pimping.
In fact, it wants Congress to equate pimping in the United States to international human trafficking, making it easier to prosecute those who hire out prostitutes.
As no less authority than author and car culture critic Tom Wolfe put it: ``It's not worth pimping out a car unless it has something a little tacky.
It's not so different from what's already out there in the entertainment media in America," he adds, noting that rappers have lyrics about "sipping on 40s, pimping hoes, smoking the chronics, slinging crack rocks, and wicked jump shots.
I'm pretty good at pimping myself but that's about it.