slyly


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Not since the Tories slyly changed the law to make legal industrial action as difficult as possible.
Other stand-outs included his own Then I Had this Dream, a raw, slow blues track whose co-writer Carole King he slyly namedropped, Bob Dylan's Things Have Changed and one of his two big hits You're All That Matters to Me, before closing the first half of Other stand-outs included his own Then I Had this Dream, a raw, slow blues track whose co-writer Carole King he slyly namedropped, Bob Dylan's Things Have Changed and one of his two big hits You're All That Matters to Me, before closing the first half of SAX APPEAL.
ODC/Dance will perform, too: Founder Brenda Way's slyly humorous Waving Not Drowning (A Guide to Elegance) draws largely from a 1963 French manual on female decorum.
They start gazing us slyly and some drivers fling obscene remarks on us, said a group of girl students.
Some wives who are not able to make their husbands accept such "gifts" slyly place the devices in their cars, according to Al Sharq and The Peninsula newspapers.
Featuring a slew of top Polish stars speaking in verse, vet helmer Filip Bajon's "War of Love" is a slyly farcical adaptation of an 18th-century social comedy by Aleksander Fredro.
To me, his name instantly brings to mind an unruly hustling snooker hotshot, barred from the clubs and condemned to a life hustling in pubs in the backstreets of south London, knocking back slyly ordered pints of weak shandy to dupe onlookers about his level of inebriation.
It was sneakily swapped for another So slyly the switch had been done That I never noticed it happen And now it's too late, for it's gone
Tompkins loves making disparate connections, and throughout his history of the voice-distorting machine, he slyly links seemingly unrelated people, places and moments in history like he's unscrambling his own personal DaVinci Code.
The author also questions whether Gould slyly offered a new theory of evolution that was slowly revealed throughout the bulk of his work.
A surprisingly lighthearted crime drama (at least, as lighthearted as any crime drama can be), Pie in the Sky even weaves elements of culinary delight into its slyly sumptuous storytelling.
taking hold of the flock from daybreak, slyly wearing the skin of their
They have over the past 10 years slyly inserted the "man made" as it has becom more and more obvious the climate is changing.
Her scenes with Sydney Pollack, slyly playing the director she's trying to impress, are intense and hysterical -- worth recommending the movie on their own.