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hustle

verb A regional term meaning to engage dubious and often illegal activity so as to buy or sell drugs.
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WITH retro flick American Hustle racking up glittering trophies at awards season, Seventies-inspired fashion as worn by AMy Adams, pictured, and Jennifer Lawrence, is sweeping the boards on eBay.
Russell - American Hustle Martin Scorsese - The Wolf of Wall Street
American Hustle is set in the late 70's and is about con artists Irving Rosenfeld (Christian Bale) and Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams) who meet, fall in love and start scamming people, but Irving is married to Rosalyn (Jennifer Lawrence), who is unstable and quite an air-head.
The Hustle generated thousands of fraudulent and otherwise defective residential mortgage loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that later defaulted, causing over $1 billion dollars in losses and countless foreclosures.
Friday nights at Forty Three are home to Release - a night of house and disco classics - while Saturdays are Hustle where it is strictly upfront proper house music from James and Jimmy, plus sets from carefully chosen local DJs such as Leaf regular Jessica Doyle.
It was a great experience working with the actors from Hustle and we had a lot of fun putting together various looks," said Mr Haji.
BBC bosses are investigating claims viewers were duped by con show The Real Hustle.
THEY'LL be playing the blues but supporting the Dragons - singing duo Midnight Hustle will be entertaining fans at this Sunday's Wrexham v Chester City derby.
It was during this time that I came across the book How to Hustle and Win: A Survival Guide for the Ghetto by Supreme Understanding Allah (yes, that's his real name).
Over on cable, the fX network brought out Thief, with Andre Braugher as the chief of a robbery crew planning their own big heist, and AMC began running Hustle, tracking the escapades of a band of London con artists.
As Hollywood Hustle begins, Vince is heading out to college in LA to be a film student, happy to be leaving his troublesome family behind.
THE first series of Hustle (BBC2, Tues) bowed out this week with a sting so complicated it involved the building of its very own bookie's shop - not the first time this enjoyable nonsense tipped its hat to The Sting: The Movie.