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If the festival has an overall message, it's that musicians need to build their own support systems and hustle for themselves.
Though it lacks power, new council and its leader win respect through lobbying and hustle.
Even cities that have all the pieces in place have to hustle for business.
Their faces tell stories of faith amid adversity, urban hustle and optimism, and a singular flair for fashion.
It was a huge treat to visit him at the battered newsroom with all the hustle and bustle.
The intellectual property hustle used to be so simple: purer, even.
But the terrace does have some features that might take students away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
But success at the game will demand punishing hours and unremitting hustle.
They hustle into the brush, searching for new fires, hoping their names won't go down on the list of those who gambled and lost.
People hustle to put each animal on a clean towel in a cardboard box that once held bananas.
The plane's ramp flips open, and guys lugging cold-weather gear hustle down to the tarmac.
On a stressful business trip, a hotel room can be a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the work day.
The hustle and bustle is accompanied by tantalizing smells wafting from the tiny kitchen.
The computer knows where everything is and can hustle the correct bin to the circulation desk for checkout.
Hustle and bustle but ultimately nothing to remember.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city with a trip to one of these beautiful urban parks.
We're the ones who hustle to feed the household and send the sick to the hospital if need be.
The restaurants didn't hustle folks out who lingered over their meal-or even those who bought no food.
But with a stiff shot of science, you can hustle the tipsy into picking up your tab.
It's peaceful here, away from the hustle-bustle of home and work.
But, as we'll see, this may be about as far as hustle and personality can take her.
Partners may feel snubbed by your evasiveness if they do not understand your hypersensitivity to hustle and bustle.
At times, he has provided the bone-crunching screens, the hustle plays and the rebounding the team coveted when it acquired him.
We weren't ready, had no time to hustle the kids into bed before flipping on the television.
He is using his hustle, savvy and opportunity to benefit at the expense of those who are less engaged.
His strengths are his power, hustle, rebounding and defense.
To make a living while his debt looms, he's going to have to hustle.
Our real hustle is selling tamales, our white powder is masa.
And he can defend, covering the court with speed and hustle.
He knew that something in life had to be better than living on a hustle from day to day.
The peaceful tranquility of the grounds provides a perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
Stone walls isolate the hustle and bustle of the city, leaving a quiet, peaceful garden.
With that in mind, things can change dramatically from the quiet of winter to hustle and bustle of summer.
But restoring an urban river to its natural form amidst the hustle and bustle of a city is no easy task.
The hustle-and-bustle of many busy little shops and offices still leaves its mark on the town.
State forest campgrounds generally are quiet and set away from the hustle and bustle you might find in other camping settings.
These rustic campgrounds generally are quiet and set away from the hustle and bustle you might find in other camping settings.
Wildlife lands provide people shelter from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The hometown atmosphere isn't lost in the hustle and bustle of big business, though.
Members of the community hustle by on shopping or business trips.

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