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Drug slang noun A regionally popular term for cocaine
Medspeak verb To interrogate another—especially medical students—mercilessly regarding knowledge of a subject, deriving personal benefit from another’s study without doing so oneself; to embarrass another person by having superior knowledge
Vox populi noun A male who controls one or more prostitutes and arranges clients for them, extracting a fee for his services as middleman and protector

pimp

verb Medtalk To interrogate another mercilessly regarding knowledge of a subject, deriving personal benefit from another's study without doing so oneself

pimp

(pimp)
A person, usually a male, who brokers sexual relationships between one or more sex workers and their customers.
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Asked if he feels any remorse for what he does, the pimp answers: "I don't feel remorseful at all.
In Street Poison, Gifford patiently crafts a narrative that shows how Beck, a Chicago pimp, became the godfather of hip-hop, an integral cog in Hollywood's Blaxploitation era and one of the most-read black authors of the 20th century.
A vote calling for legalizing pimping would in effect support gender apartheid, in which some women in society can demand protection from rape, discrimination and sexual harassment, while others, the most vulnerable among us, are instead set aside for consumption by men and for the profit of their pimps," said Taina Bien-Aime, CATW's executive director.
It is important gardai monitor the increase in online activity and use our existing laws to ensure pimps and traffickers are not viewing our border counties and major cities as safe havens after their business model has been wrecked in Northern Ireland.
The 47-year-old, who is now an up-and-coming actress, said: "I have heard from girls I know who are still in the industry that branding is becoming an extremely popular practice among pimps, especially by those from Russia and Poland.
Earlier in the session, state lawmakers approved another bill, signed into law by the governor, that allows district attorneys to prosecute pimps who even attempt to force a child into prostitution.
This reporter talked to at least five pimps and each was ready to offer at least five- six foreign girls at different rates.
On interrogation it was found that these pimps were working as agents for the women and transporting them to various different states.
It is in these most vulnerable stages that pimps would approach the children, offering them kindness, food and shelter, and most of all love.
Committee No 39 had to be replaced after some of its members said the digit was a euphemism for pimps in the local parlance.
The authors estimated that women who work without pimps earn about $25 per hour while those working with pimps earn 50 percent more.
In this paper we therefore consider street-level prostitutes and pimps as entrepreneurial types.