hustling


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The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease to provide them with services; after being hustled, the patient’s insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment

hustling

Medical practice The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease, to provide them with services; after being hustled, the Pt's insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment. See Ambulance chaser.
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Reggae band The Expanders presents Hustling Culture, a music album with a strong social message.
Koch has done all of this without a large stuff hustling on his behalf, without a tech setup that looks like something from "The Matrix," and without living in the kind of frenzied bubble inhabited by most other high-wealth investors.
After eight series of hustling, it's the end of the road for the gang in this action-packed episode.
We're hustling and grinding to get every bit out of that car as possible - I feel we get a little more out of the car every time.
You may be wondering what hustling has to do with our dire financial situation.