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trick

Sexology
noun
(1) Any sexual act performed by a prostitute for money.
(2) A prostitute’s customer, a “John”.
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Some opponents asked Jesus a trick question for which there was no good answer; rather than falling into their trap, he said he would answer their question if they answered a similarly difficult question (Luke 20:1-8).
I put this in as a trick question, since many actual Internet investors don't ask about profits, but I'll venture a response anyway.
Before you even attempt to answer, watch out - it's a trick question.
20): No, 1999 is not a trick question in the School of Life.
I hesitated before asking what I knew would be a trick question.
I have a very nice Tupperware measuring cup that was designed for liquids, so I think this was a trick question anyway.
A READER of this column, R Harrison, of Windy Nook, has been in touch this week to say he supplied an answer some time ago to George Atkinson's trick question about which was the longest bridge in Newcastle City boundary?
That's a trick question, of course, since things like that happen all the time.
Two of them looked at me as if I had asked a trick question and my six foot two inch tall nephew Nate said hesitantly: "Do you mean the World Series?
The answer to what is something of a trick question is former captain Jeff Harries who stormed to victory with 46 stableford points.
It's a trick question really because the answer - according to Debenhams, Virgin Megastores, WH Smith, Toys R Us and other stockists - is that apart from all being famous, they would make the ultimate dream team to play top new board game Cranium (above).
It's not a trick question, but repro, like most stylish things, has been around for longer than folk think.