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In his youth he had been foxily interested in many things: music, mathematics, even cabinetmaking.
Robert Hayward's Wotan was also fine, strongly sung and well, if rather foxily, acted.
The formation suggested the London side would foxily wait on one of those famous back four blunders.
Although Battenhouse suggests that "the sleeping Falstaff, with pockets full of testimony to wastrel living, symbolizes foxily the state of the household [Henry's kingdom]" ("Falstaff As Parodist" 41), the bar bill in Henry IV, part one, also confirms that Falstaff rivals Dives for gluttony.
That's what comes of my foxily disguising a wholesale druggist dynasty and newspaper publisher family into a book family.