Heidi Fleiss defines it as "acting
as a go-between in a sexual intrigue"; what three-syllable word is
Etymology, Etymology, and more Etymology
as well as grammar, usage, euphemism, slang, jargon, semantics, linguistics, neologism, idiom, cant, and argot.
The critically-acclaimed board game
consists of tough questions about the nuances of the English language.
According to Heidi: "TEN YEARS AGO, I WAS
ARRESTED AT MY HOME IN BEVERLY HILLS for pandering, which the dictionary
defines as acting as "a go-between in sexual intrigue." In other words, I was a
After a jury convicted me of
three counts of pandering, the verdicts were thrown out, but the government
didn't give up. It made me the Al Capone of prostitution. I spent three years
in a federal penitentiary in Dublin, Calif., for conspiracy, tax evasion, and
money laundering. But it was the sex that got me in trouble."
In Defence Of Prostitution (By Heidi Fleiss as told
to Nadya Labi)Etymology: the word pander derives from the name Pandarus. He was
a leader in the Trojan army who, as portrayed by both Chaucer and Shakespeare,
procured Cressida for
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