diversionary :

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dahy vur zhuh ne ree

  • s  (of tactics e.g.) likely or designed to confuse or deceive

  • The amphibious assault was a diversionary tactic intended to fool the Iraqis.
  • It's telling that while Israeli officials praised Abbas for sticking to the agenda at Sharm el-Sheikh--in contrast to Arafat's diversionary tactics--Abbas told a senior Fatah .
  • Last week, calling back the diversionary column in the south, he ordered it into boats for a water trip to join him in Baraka.
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  • Tarpon Springs cross diving teen gets diversion program in rape case
    One of the teens involved in the botched cross-driving event during last year's Epiphany celebration in Tarpon Springs has entered into a juvenile diversionary program following accusations he raped a 15-year-old girl at a party in April, said his attorney, Dean Tsourakis.
    June 18, 2013 - St. Petersburg Tribune

  • Pranab Mukherjee in International Herald Tribune
    Hon. members are aware of the prevarication, denial, diversionary tactics and misplaced sense of victimhood which characterised Pakistan's reaction from early days after the Mumbai attack,Mukherjee said. "I do not discount in any way...
  • Nancy Pelosi in New York Times
    This is a diversionary tactic to take the spotlight off of those who conceived, developed and implemented these policies, which all of us long opposed,Ms. Pelosi said.
  • Andrew Demetriou in Bay Post/Moruya Examiner
    We've got a policy in place which is based on the best advice we can get,Demetriou said. "It's also a policy which is very similar to the federal government's view on diversionary methods to treat people with illicit drug use. We've got...

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