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 challenges these hustlers faced made them who they are.
The artist portrays the ghetto space as one that offers immense security to the urbanite hustlers who identify with it as their home.
The Hustlers stretched their lead further to 12 points in the third quarter for 48-36, only to see the Belkin Hoopers fight back in the final quarter but fell short by four points.
This American Studies element of New York Hustlers is underplayed, but it provides a worthwhile backdrop.
Taylor Ilg went 2-for-4 with two RBIs against the Pride, and he drove in two more runs against the Hustlers.
It's the story of a gay male prostitute in Los Angeles, which may account for the fact that the audience I saw it with consisted mostly of gay men of a certain age--the age at which gay men may think hiring a hustler makes sense.
The present church was built by Thomas Hustler, of Acklam Hall, for his estate families, and it seated 135.
Paul-Minneapolis "urban boosters, political hustlers, and western speculators.
In addition, Hainley has curated (in conjunction with the American Cinematheque) a run of double features titled "Andy Warhol Does Hollywood," which explores Warhol's variations on Hollywood themes by inventively pairing (among others) Warhol's Poor Little Rich Girl (1965), starring Edie Sedgwick, with the 1936 Poor Little Rich Girl starring Shirley Temple; and Warhol's My Hustler (1965) with John Huston's Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967), starring Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando.
Some elementary schools began blocking access to the Star Hustler Web site for fear students would wind up with the wrong kinds of hustlers, Horkheimer said Thursday.
Among the things you're not seeing on TV: testimony about suitcases and grocery bags stuffed with hundreds of thousands of dollars delivered to the Democratic National Committee and the President's legal-defense fund; FBI charts that depict a massive money-laundering scheme involving campaign contributions from China; and a parade of bandits and hustlers who bought their way into the White House.
Small towns don't offer much hustling, though, so after awhile all the hustlers end up trying to hustle each other.