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swank

(swæŋk)
1. n. class; visible quality. This place has swank. I like it.
2. n. swag. Where’d he hide the swank?
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Among those entrepreneurs applauding the JOBS Act are Justin and Ann Swank, a married couple from Plains, Kansas, and e-commerce students at Utah-based Prosper Inc.
We started with Prosper in hopes of developing a part-time business," said Justin Swank, a full-time paramedic.
With Prosper's help, we were able to launch our site pretty quickly," affirmed Ann Swank, an elementary school teacher.
At Prosper, we've helped thousands of working couples such as Justin and Ann Swank realize their dreams of growing a business or diversifying their income," said Ethan Willis, Prosper co-founder and CEO and co-author with Randy Garn of the New York Times best seller Prosper: Create the Life You Really Want (Berrett-Koehler).