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As the authentic purveyor of the Daiso brand in the country, Daiso Japan stores should not be confused with any other establishments bearing a cunningly similar concept," he added.
Manchester blows its own brash trumpet, London does it more subtly and cunningly and we let them treat us like the porch mat.
On Monday, she marches off to have a word with Marlon and later cunningly nudges the newlyweds back together by organising a date night at the B&B.
On Monday, she marches off to DELICATE: Jimmy consults Bob have a word with Marlon and later cunningly nudges the newlyweds back together by organising a date night at the B&B.
99 THE world's gone crazy again for the heroes in a half-shell and, cunningly tying in with the recent movie, the turtles have pulled their bandana masks on for a new adventure.
He cunningly places the sparkly engagement ring he has purchased inside Beth's kebab.
The troops then cunningly staged a fake encounter to hide this murder.
Assad, in connivance with Iran and Russia, has cunningly agreed to hand over stockpile of chemical weapons so as to prolong his rule in Syria.
And yet, this slick South Korean production from writer-director Huh Jung so cunningly manipulates our primal fears, and is so superbly shot and paced, that shudders and squeals are sure to spread through the cinema every time a door slides open or slams shut.
According to the Daily Star, an Asda store outside Manchester City's Eastlands stadium has cooked up a pizza using cunningly arranged standard topping ingredients to look like Pellegrini.
Although the young band had exhausted their own catalogue in just 10 songs, they managed an encore with an enthusiastic cover of Prince's I Would Die For U, cunningly retitled I Would Die For V.
He had cunningly left a box of tissues on top of the meter with a couple of tissues hanging down to cover the meter.