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- n. Plural form of hackster.
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The "hacksters" should keep at it until Assange is free again.
The authors explore the ways that America–the most economically unequal society in the industrialized world–unevenly distributes rewards through regulation of the market, taxes, and government spending – and allowing nonprofit foundations to be the feeding trough for hacksters that write ideological BS based on incorrect assumptions and bad scientific methods and get it published.
A man of desperate courage, a gambler, a professional duellist, a bravo, famous in his time among the "common hacksters and swaggerers" as the first to introduce the custom of foining, or thrusting with the rapier in single combats -- whereas before his day it had been customary among the English to fight with sword and shield, and held unmanly to strike below the girdle -- he had perpetually changed sides, in the Netherland wars, with the shameless disregard to principle which characterized all his actions.