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full of shade

casting shade

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(of businesses and businessmen) unscrupulous

of questionable taste or morality

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not as expected

filled with shade

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Specifically, Shadier added, policyholders are able to provide voice signatures on HIPAA forms.
Ortega said the city was working on a plan to keep the statue but move it to a shadier spot.
In a kind of legal arms race, every fresh wave of litigation has brought "better" weapons to both sides: bigger trial teams, longer and costlier trials, and shadier tactics.
During the Taliban rule, for instance, the daily lives of people were circumscribed to a huge extent especially women who were forced to wear burqa or shadier and not leave the house without the assistance of a male relative.
They try to appeal to his sense of patriotism, before revealing that they know more about the shadier details of his past than he would like.
Some gardeners go for sizzling combinations, planting clashing colours of reds and oranges together to bring the wow factor to bright, sunny spots, while others prefer cool blue and white pairings to create a sense of calm in shadier areas.
In time, there is a good chance that the void will be filled by other branches, though as my friend and retired extension agent Bob Stewart points out, the gaps on the sunny southern and western sides of a tree are more apt to fill in than those on the shadier sides.
As you're gliding along, you notice that your friend on her waxable skis seems to be gliding along more effortlessly than you on the shadier side of the hill.
A duck expert from the Audubon Society recommended that due to the heat, it was advisable that we relocate the kids to a shadier spot with more water," says Lisa Van Noordwyk, secretary at St.
But his hidden feelings for his lost friend's wife and the evidence suggesting that said friend may be doing something shadier than being kidnaped makes it all the more complicated.
Sound and wise in its advice on the shadier side of the script, "The Power of the Darkside" is a must for aspiring writers and for community library collections.
Stolen Fields: A Story of Eminent Domain and the Death of the American Dream" is highly recommended for any biography collection and for anyone who wants a look at the shadier practices of the government against it's own citizens.
Intercut with Lucas's rise is the story of Crowe's Richie Roberts, an honest detective working alongside shadier colleagues on the drug beat.
It's even shadier on the forest floor, but the air feels sticky: the amount of water in the air, or the--, can reach 90 percent