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marked by deception

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with hand brought forward and up from below shoulder level

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The PUV modernization program should be borne from a democratic process and not from underhanded tactics,' Poe said in a statement.
Secondly, they are being underhanded with relation to the results so far, in view of the fact that only 25 percent of the quota has been successfully realised over the space of two years.
She may not realize what exactly he intends to do, but she will know to be on the lookout for anything that he could be behind that will be an obvious underhanded attempt at destroying her company, trashing her line, and ending her career.
Foreign tobacco giant Philip Morris is big enough to fight its own battles without resorting to underhanded activities and dirty tactics.
Surely an underhanded measure on the road to privatising the NHS.
Even worse, the underhanded eavesdropping could mean thousands of convictions over 30 years could be unsafe allowing criminals to walk free.
Sadly he would have detested the underhanded Tactics of some of today's modern premier managers Shanks was a straight-talking man Brimming over with good old-fashioned working class values, This charismatic Scot captured our Scouse 'Red Hearts' We adored him so much As he adored us, his fans In our red book there will only Ever be one man who deserves the mantle of 'The Special One' his spirit lives on still Around the fields of Anfield Road Happy Birthday Shanks
He said the new opposition could ensure check and balance with regard to the actions of the government, adding that there should be no underhanded dealings in the name of reconciliation.
Stalking the red headed stranger, or, how to get your songs into the hands of the artists who really matter through show business trickery, underhanded skullduggery, shrewdness, and chicanery.
The authors argue that public-sector unions use underhanded and often illegal tactics to increase the support for liberal politicians.
13 ( ANI ): Certain members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which is slowly gaining acceptance as a powerful political force, feel that underhanded lobbying by key members, growing internal rifts and disorganisation are increasing in the party.
Perhaps there was something underhanded in the planning application for the Asda superstore and that's why it's gone to a judicial review?
Maginn, who was elected chairman of the GOP State Committee Wednesday night, called the proposal "an underhanded political tactic" in a letter to the governor objecting to the change.
New information emerges on the fascinating, brilliant, and more than occasionally underhanded tactics the Jewish Agency deployed in 1947 when the United Nations sent diplomats to report back on the wisdom of partitioning Mandatory Palestine.