cannily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Gilliam, the Monty Python animator whose script here had contributions from Tom Stoppard, makes unique films madly, cannily extravagant, with a tone as dark as Jonathan Swift's .
- And the locals wink at the visitors' romantic expectations, cannily recognizing the commercial potential.
- Efficiently and cannily, Producer Balcon takes the situation and the spectator for one lighthearted laugh after another, until, of course, the Scots crew gets the last .
- Melanie Sloan in McClatchy Washington Bureau
Melanie Sloan, the executive director of the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, said that the group's six-month investigation "has shown that most of these former Bush administration officials have cannily leveraged their time...
- Anne Midgette in Scotsman
It's ironic that today, when opera is doing all it can to make itself more popular, the lessons of Pavarotti's career -- specifically, the way that he cannily went about developing his brand -- aren't better learned by singers and managers,...
- Natalie Angier in New York Times
Max explores the history of the family and the mysteries of the disorder in what Natalie Angier, writing in the Book Review, called a "cleanly written, cannily plotted and elegantly educational book."