- r in an attractive manner
how cunningly the olive-green dress with its underskirt of rose-brocade fitted her perfect figure
- r in an artful manner
had ever circumstances conspired so cunningly?
- Smith believed he had made an impression as well, cunningly leading his captors to believe he possessed magical powers by showing off his compass--How does the needle move inside .
- As a matter of fact the work of enlarging the Executive Offices had been done so cunningly that it would take a sharp eye to detect the changes from the outside.
- This too was accomplished cunningly.
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- Will Rogers would certainly be proud
The most likely candidate for the self-service award (as opposed to the public service award), if there were such a thing, would have to be John Kerry, his closest competition being Bill Clinton, who rather cunningly rose from a net worth of minus zero in
Aug. 25, 2013 - Sheboygan Press
- How stolen Dutch art fooled even Sotheby's expert eyes
A cunningly disguised stolen work by Dutch contemporary artist Jan Schoonhoven managed to fool experts at the world's largest art broker Sotheby's, who auctioned it in late June for nearly $300,000.
Aug. 24, 2013 - AFP via Yahoo! News
- This stolen art somehow ended up at a respected auction house
THE HAGUE — A cunningly disguised stolen work by Dutch contemporary artist Jan Schoonhoven managed to fool experts at the world's largest art broker, Sotheby's, who auctioned it in late
Aug. 24, 2013 - Denver Post
- Antonio in Southeast European Times
These new drugs cause a double problem,said Costa. "First, they are being developed at a much faster rate than regulatory norms and law enforcement can keep up. Second, their marketing is cunningly clever, as they are custom-manufactured...
- Robert Mugabe in Reuters South Africa
We are deeply indebted to our brothers and sisters in SADC for their solidarity with us in the face of sustained manipulation and arm-twisting manoeuvres cunningly being spearheaded by Britain,Mugabe said.
- Alice Marble in The State
Miss Gibson is over a very cunningly wrought barrel, and I can only hope to loosen a few of its staves with one lone opinion,Marble said in an open letter to American Lawn Tennis Magazine on July 1, 1950.