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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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But at the same time, EU counterparts in Turkey must make it crystal clear that even the slightest incidences of trickery will mean they do not recognize the election results.
Lawyers for the government argued in their appeal that Posada didn't meet his burden to prove that the government engaged trickery or deceit.
He was a hero who often used trickery to bring good fortune or to cause mischief.
Furthermore, he stated that budgetary trickery and inadequate reporting practices mask the true seriousness of the situation.
Charpak and Broch, two physicists, try to arm readers with the inside scoop on how magicians, psychics, and astrologers use math, physics, and old-fashioned trickery to dupe their audiences.
Perfectly Legal shows that corporate trickery has been going on for decades, well before Enron grabbed headlines.
Through the eyes of the watchful and benevolent Eurycleia, Odysseus and Penelope subject each other to tests of fidelity, a series of disguises and some trickery, before finally revealing their identities.
Bovine trickery aside, Waiters renders his frank assessment that, "violating such evolutional boundaries can seem unnatural if not disgusting.
Players styled themselves as canny discoverers of rogues and trickery, and thus defended an otherwise vulnerable England along with, of course, themselves.
The Register-Guard has seen fit to publish an article (``Photographer's brilliant trickery,'' Oregon Life section, Jan.
Today's tale, The Master Cat (aka Puss in Boots), is all about deceit and trickery.