trickiness


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the quality of being a slippery rascal

the quality of requiring skill or caution

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Despite its trickiness and compositional finesse, Baborak masters it with pleasure and gusto.
Grammatical subordination makes the relation between multiple causes a tricky one, and that trickiness is often expressed on the page in terms of grammatical slippage and registered as a problem of tense or of parallelism.
Our split-level governance system also contributes to the trickiness of class analysis: because we tend to speak of the economic and state spheres as distinct and opposed, tracing the intricate interconnections between them is difficult.
See supra note 77 and accompanying text (discussing inherent trickiness in limiting Press Clause application).
He has enough theoretical trickiness, enough metatextual reference, to be accredited as a postmodernist on the one hand, and enough regular-guyness to appeal to the poetry reader-in-the-street.
The popular sex manual Aristotle's Master-Piece, first published in 1690 although widely available throughout the eighteenth and into the nineteenth century, contained a section on the trickiness of determining defloration, and a warning therefore to suspicious husbands not to jump to conclusions about their brides: "many inquisitive and yet ignorant persons, finding their wives defective herein the first Night of their Marriage, have thereupon suspected their Chastity, concluding another had been there before 'em.
The trickiness here is that if the competitors are not comparables because, for example, they are more vertically integrated, it may be hard to show the pertinent relationship.
It portrays outwardly--as a rebus to be solved by the listener--the inward recognition of a debilitating trickiness taking place in the gap between the sexed body, the gaze, and the internal scene of knowledge.
Trickiness caught out Papac, who was booked for fouling the winger.
inherent trickiness of tradition as an interpretive source, as judges
You have to know that I don't intend to complain about the trickiness of the key and that I am not just informing you about my needs.
6) Because of its potential to profoundly affect litigation and the trickiness of complying with the letter of the rule, (7) SCR 216 has been called a "trap for the unwary" that punishes technical non-compliance without necessarily fulfilling the underlying goal of expediting the resolution of litigation on the merits.
I was lucky that my daemon is a snow leopard," laughs Daniel Craig, responding to the trickiness of interacting with a void - later to be replaced by a computer-generated image.
It also means discarding trickiness, cleverness, and chest-thumping.
Her reading of this play's legal plots exposes the law's trickiness as well as its malleability.