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trick

Sexology
noun
(1) Any sexual act performed by a prostitute for money.
(2) A prostitute’s customer, a “John”.
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0, a new tool to help skateboarders of all ages learn new tricks faster than ever with its patented design.
In the episode which went out in April, the killer trick was the Bullet Catch, which has killed 12 magicians who tried to catch a bullet in their teeth.
According to the Huffington Post, the do a barrel roll Google trick is one of coolest things the search engine has ever done.
The illustrations are integral to the book, often showing how the trick is done and adding interest throughout.
He usually starts his act with the Vanishing Handkerchief because it was the first trick he learned.
Mr Trick, who ran Trick and Aubrey, on the Milland Industrial Estate, was last seen in January when he finished work for the night around 5pm, wearing his usual works clothing - a shirt and tie, dark trousers and a blue fleece jacket.
Trick number two is to attack wages by imposing a pay freeze so demoralised staff take redundancy.
In this country it is often carried out by unsupervised youngsters and seems to mean "Give me a treat or I will trick you
Extreme snowboarding tricks like this one helped Shaun win a coveted gold medal in last February's Winter Olympics.
Magic is fascinating for young and old and a simple magic trick will demand young patients' attention, relax them, and capture their imagination.
Exploring the greater collective existence and being, The Sorcerer's Trick enlightens the reader to the grand plethora of the intuitive, the poetic, the practical, the iconoclastic, and the useless.