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to advance carefully and gradually

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move unobtrusively or furtively

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move sideways

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25pm THE worst thing about Paddy's Day, besides the drunks and the puke and the feeling that you should be having a much better time than you actually are, is having to stand around in the freezing cold March weather trying to look interested, as an obviously horrified American marching band sidles past.
6-i by Pat Dupre, of the United Sidles fn the semi-Sinals of ihe Japan Open tennis tournament
When failure follows momentary success, the next group sidles in with its magic nostrums promising to undo the mistakes of the past leadership and return the patient to health.
EWAN McGREGOR, sporting a suave moustache, looks every inch the dapper gent as he sidles up to Renee Zellweger.
Instead, a caterpillar sidles up to a sitting snail pokes around gently as if confirming its target, and then starts an elaborate tie-down that takes about an hour.
The next time a strange guy sidles up to you in a club to feed you that line about how good you smell and then asks what you're wearing, proudly tell him, "Repellent.
Constance Sidles, in her Graphic designer's digital printing and prepress handbook, helps solve these and other mysteries by giving us the "backwards" perspective of how to design better based on the end product, the printed page.
These particular trees apparently cannot be bought in this country - so if anyone sidles up to you in the pub and asks you if you want to buy a 13ft high conifer, alarm bells should start ringing.
Walker's documentary quietly sidles up and cajoles you into believing the little people are checking you out when you trundle past their secret bushes.
Havasu Creek sidles off the Coconino Plateau and flows toward the Colorado River, carving the cottonwood-shaded canyon that is home to the Havasupai Indians.
Taylor's Aureole presented still different challenges to the company, although they were seemingly at home with the swooping, spiraling torsos, curving arms, and repeated hops, leaps and sidles.
With the score Gillam, 2; Crew, O; the boss sidles up beside me for an impromptu clinic.
Sidles and MacAvoy (1987) and Lonner (1981) rated limited English proficiency as the primary confounding factor in obtaining accurate measures of the verbal ability of Navajo adolescents.
While the equity is reaching for "higher ground" on a monthly basis, this trendline sidles lower, mocking the advance.
Then, as the young man stands on the threshold of this longdreamt- of moment, and the years of hard work have come to fruition, up sidles the moneyman, buying his way in and promising greener pastures.