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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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The first thing Kathy and Tricky do when they're hired to plan a party is sit down with their client and define a vision.
McLaughlin has been responsible for three of Godolphin's Grade One wins this season one of which have come courtesy It's Tricky.
The wind was tricky, but I knew I had to handle it.
The event is set for The Tides in North Haledon, beginning with a cocktail hour, followed by full dinner, dessert, open bar from 6-10pm, a 50/50 raffle and a fabulous tricky tray, all for just $55.
Sent off a shade over 4-1, It's Tricky pressed Plum Pretty until joining issue on the far turn, after which the pair locked horns for a fierce battle until It's Tricky just got the upper hand in the final 100 yards to score by three-quarters of a length.
If you're going to come to a tricky place and put a marker down at the start there that's the way to do it.
HARRY FINDLAY is backing his own Big Fella Thanks rather than the gambled-on Tricky Trickster to provide champion trainer Paul Nicholls with a first win in the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree on April 10.
PAUL Nicholls' Tricky Trickster remains at the head of the ante-post betting for the John Smith's Grand National following the publication of the weights yesterday.
Paul Nicholls won the Aon Chase at Newbury with Tricky Trickster, but that could not conceal the potential long-term repercussions following Denman's dramatic exit.
PAUL NICHOLLS is desperate to win the John Smith's Grand National and he hopes Tricky Trickster will make his dream come true this year.
How could the FAA allow such a tricky maneuver to be made with those large buildings right next to the river?
Highlights include a concentration on real-world usage instead of mathematical theory, instructions for installing and using PGP and GPG with Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla's Thunderbird, help with tricky command-line versions of these programs, what to do at a key-signing party, and how to generate, manage and add photos to your keys.