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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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If your dog is a little timid, enrolling in a tricks class in your area may be a good idea.
I was practising card tricks while my friends were playing football.
As well as card tricks, the workings of coin tricks, I Ching (The Book of Changes), juggling and puzzles are discussed.
html) wrote the Huffington Post in their report about the do a barrel roll Google trick.
In snowboarding competitions, a panel of judges score a boarder's ride based on factors including the following: height of the jumps, quality of rotations, the ride's level of difficulty, and how well the boarder performed the standard tricks.
There are exceptions, but generally it's best not to repeat a trick right away to the same audience.
He explained that many skaters go to skate parks to learn and master tricks, then head to the streets to show off what they've learned.
I was skeptical at first," she said, smiling, "but when I saw your trick explaining the Trinity, I was amazed at how beautifully and truthfully you portrayed it.
There's a ratcheted, gap-adjustment apparatus in a German yo-yo known as the Mondial, which Duncan bought and has been marketing for $100 as "the most advanced yo-yo ever designed" When a player rotates the yo-yo halves in opposite directions between tricks, the machinery clicks into each new setting.
While some tricks the book describes do have potentially useful purposes, most on the whole do not.
Two sets of directions for magic tricks are provided to help teachers adapt the investigation for different grade levels.