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pimping

Academia See Pimp. Cf Pumping.
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In prison, Beck not only studied pimping and criminality but also read widely, creating an eclectic foundation for his later books, which blend explicit, unflinching pulp tales with a militant skepticism of white capitalism." JIM HIGGINS
This section attempts to show the cultural and literary significance of Beck's work while revealing the organizing principle of the book, illustrating the way "pimping" can be seen as a metaphor for the role of the writer in the black literary marketplace.
The boys face a maximum seven-year jail term for pimping. If convicted, they are likely to be placed in a juvenile correctional facility.
And just last month, Dublin man Aidan Dorney, from the respectable suburb of Ranelagh, was jailed for five years for pimping activities.
WILLOW and Jaden Smith's careers are the envy of many established talents - but a leading author has hit out at their parents for "pimping" them.
Demi tweeted: "A pimp and pimping is nothing more than a slave owner."
Pimping runs contrary to accepted masculine doxa of what it means to be a man, making it deeply shameful to live off the immoral earnings of women.
I am a senior practitioner working for CROP (Coalition for the Removal of Pimping).
Further, "pimping" has encouraged us to have power struggles and unbalanced, intimate relations with women, and ourselves.
Spokeswoman Chloe Swift said: "We realised that after 'pimping' the inside of the van, we would still need a relatively large storage area for transporting music and event equipment around."