hustler


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Sexology A man paid to have sexual relations with women or other men
Vox populi An energetic and persistent person, especially in marketing

hustler

Sexology A ♂ paid to service–nudge, nudge, wink, wink–♀ or other ♂
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The Hustler Club realizes New York City offers many options where to spend the evening; therefore hospitality and commitment to quality take center stage.
If the bid is accepted, Hustler would be pitched directly against Birmingham City's backers David and Ralph Gold - the owners of steamy lingerie chain Ann Summers.
The first issue of Hustler magazine was published in 1974.
He asked me if I had seen the article in Hustler, which he had just picked up the night before.
Dafydd of Hustler said: "When the opportunity to expand the club arose, hooking up with Raeph (Powell, Silent Running) and Tom (Churchill, Radius) was the obvious thing to do.
With Hustler White, such a distinction, however necessary, may no longer be possible.
NEW YORK -- Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing announces a promotional alliance with Larry Flynt's Hustler Club-NYC to produce a new series of star-studded boxing events.
One time in my life, I thought I was destined to be a drinker and hustler.
Hustler Hollywood UK, which also owns an in-profit store in London, has run up about pounds 500,000 of unpaid debt.
in his obit titled Minnesota Fats, A Real Hustler With A Pool Cue, Is Dead:
For more than 45 years, Hustler Conveyor Company has been designing, manufacturing and installing rugged, economical and cost-effective conveying equipment to the scrap metal, recycling and solid waste industries.