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marked by skill in deception

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Craftier competitors fail to convert head-to-head wins against the cooperative Tit-for-Tat strategy, into an overall victory due to the tournament's round-robin nature.
Traditional gender roles were reversed as women exerted control over the men, and men exposed their softer, craftier side.
In a manner consistent with earlier pronouncements, however, Ligon also concluded that Indians were "much craftier, and subtiler then the Negroes; and in their nature falser.
Oskar Blues followed their pale ale with even craftier beers: Old Chub, a strong Scottish ale and Gordon, the first double IPA in a can.
He's said to be craftier than Connery, more dashing than Dalton and more brutal than Brosnan.
What happens as Dickens matures as a writer is that he does become more conscious of the play of language itself because he learns to use language in craftier ways.
It can only help that I've played a couple of serve and volleyers and guys who are a little bit craftier.
Smith also has a finesse game to defeat some of the tour's craftier players.
In other words, some of the craftier series sleuths star in these shorts.
I'm going to come up against defenders now who are better, quicker, more experienced and craftier," says Earnshaw, 22.
I know I'm going to come up against more experienced, clever and craftier defenders but that doesn't bother me,' said Earnshaw, whose goals have won him four caps for Wales.
Talking of thieves, they don't come much craftier than Steph.
Virus protection programs are standard kit on almost every computer--but virus developers seem to get craftier each day and are passing along their viruses at an alarming rate.
The Continent," he writes, "is noisier, less disciplined, dirtier, more rabid, craftier, more passionate, more convivial, more amorous, hedonistic, vivacious, coarse, garrulous, unruly and somehow less perfect.
In the new millennium, money launderers are becoming craftier, and in many cases more difficult to catch, as criminals seek to "legitimize" money in numerous ways.