devilry


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While I wondered at this mysterious devilry, I received a slight blow under the left eye and felt an enor- mous tear run down my cheek.
A man doesn't get the police ransacking his rooms without there being some devilry hanging over his head.
shut the door upon the wretched creature who is in it now, and put its screen before a place, quite unsurpassed in all the vice, neglect, and devilry, of the worst old town in Europe.
cried Joe: 'a fellow who has no goodwill to you, and who has the daring and devilry in him of twenty fellows.
That's probably as far back as you can go without being killed for witchcraft or devilry.
In Conrad, the captain dramatically remarks, as if he'd been wounded, that "while I wondered at this mysterious devilry, I received a slight blow under the left eye and felt an enormous tear run down my cheek.
The result had been decided by half-time as Clermont, employing a mixture of forward supremacy and three-quarter devilry, amassed an unassailable 27-0 lead.
Busy as ants hurrying orcs were digging, digging lines of deep trenches in a huge ring, just out of bowshot from the walls; and as the trenches were made each was filled with fire, though how it was kindled or fed, by art or devilry, none could see.
Beamr Video reduces the bitrate of video streams through the whole devilry chain, from the content providers through the ISPs to the end users.
Letter of Announcement: Further development and support for the open source system Devilry of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo.
The 23-year-old starts alongside club teammates George Ford and Anthony Watson, and he insists they will bring some Bath devilry to England's backs play.
Set at the time of the Crusades, its original plot was packed with wizardry, devilry, valour and love and made no sense whatsoever.
Twenty year old Prokofiev's 1st Piano concerto continued the excitement with pianist Louis Schwizgebel wooing a willing (reduced) orchestra with his seemingly relaxed approach in this fiendish technical devilry.
So far, he has shown great empathy with the traditions of the club, with his own philosophy closely aligned to it, producing football with a real dash and devilry about it.