trickery


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verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way

the use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract money from them)

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IMPOSSIBLE features six of the world's most mind-blowing magical acts, fusing death-defying stunts, technological trickery, grand stage illusions and close-up magic in a fast-paced breath-taking performance that reinvents the biggest illusions in history.
Atsu won over terrace support with his trickery, but has he got all the attributes to make it in the top flight?
I know these were all done through clever tricks, sleight-of-hand or deception, but growing up, I wondered whether these were really all trickery, or if there was something we do not know about how the human mind works.
Synopsis: The collaborative work of author Donna Jo Napoli and artist Christina Balit, "National Geographic Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge" is comprised of classic stories and dazzling illustrations of gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters come to life in a stunning tableau of Norse myths, including those of the thunder god Thor, the one-eyed god and Allfather Odin, and the trickster god Loki.
The idea that "since the AKP is going to use trickery to come to power again, what use is my vote" might keep some opposition voters away from the ballot boxes.
London, February 5 ( ANI ): Philip Seymour Hoffman's role of gamemaker 'Plutarch Heavensbee' in upcoming 'Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part 2' will be finished using digital trickery, it has been revealed.
In particular, he raises questions about the moral perceptions of these two classics, namely the valorization of violence and trickery it encourages in readers.
And despite our 21st-century cynicism, it seems we're all still capable of being surprised and delighted by trickery and sleightof-hand - especially if it is at the hands of this illusionist.
But with a bit of airbrush trickery, graphic artists have made her even more "perfect", giving her unfeasibly blemish-free skin, impossibly thin thighs and a smoother rib cage.
The appetiser involves exploring the food trickery of the Middle Ages.
He uses camera trickery and voice techniques to accompany himself on each song and has had millions of hits so far.
BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS, Extremely Sorry, the final chapter of the Flip trilogy, will be available in skateshops worldwide--and skaters from the cracked sidewalks of Sao Paulo to the glistening marble of Shenzhen will be wetting their collective pants at the onslaught of hate, kill, destroy-inspired trickery.
There isn't a Goodnight & Go or Hide And Seek on the new album, which largely eschews great songs in a productionheavy set of vocal textures and studio trickery, only the bookends of driving opener First Train Home and fragile finale Half Life passing muster.
In the promo Oliver can be seen dressing as all the members of Village People using camera trickery.
Already there has been criticism that computer trickery has been used to shave about two stone off her.