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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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And to the end of the day, Bob continued to be up to one trick or another; after passing a dozen automobiles on the way into Oakland, suddenly electing to go mad with fright at a most ordinary little runabout.
It's the meanest trick I ever heard of," muttered the porcupine gloomily.
The day continued with each class being given time with Mr Nell to practice and hone football freestyling tricks.
Students should be able to win without tricks because professional concert dancing doesn't require flashy tricks.
tricks helps many owners let go of their expectations and just "be in the moment" of training their dog to do something in small steps.
Gerry (New Tricks veteran Dennis Waterman) is getting back to his roots as he goes home to Bermondsey to arrange his daughter's Gerry (New Tricks veteran Dennis Waterman) is getting back to his roots as he goes home to Bermondsey to arrange his daughter's wedding.
Killer Magic was scary to make because we all had to face incredibly dangerous tricks like sawing a man in half and tricks involving electricity, blades and fire.
Cartoon-like illustrations enhance the directions for these illusion tricks including "Rising Pen" and "Jumping Coin.
A number of magic tricks are simply explained and easy to reproduce.
The do a barrel roll Google trick is still entertaining in 2014
The tricks are given a difficulty rating from two to seven stars.
The illustrations are integral to the book, often showing how the trick is done and adding interest throughout.