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Then the other looked at Robin and winked cunningly.
For hours, in fall days, I watched the ducks cunningly tack and veer and hold the middle of the pond, far from the sportsman; tricks which they will have less need to practise in Louisiana bayous.
Mr Western grew every day fonder and fonder of Sophia, insomuch that his beloved dogs themselves almost gave place to her in his affections; but as he could not prevail on himself to abandon these, he contrived very cunningly to enjoy their company, together with that of his daughter, by insisting on her riding a hunting with him.
At a corner of Sixth Avenue electric lights and cunningly displayed wares behind plate-glass made a shop window conspicuous.
Spitz was the leader, likewise experienced, and while he could not always get at Buck, he growled sharp reproof now and again, or cunningly threw his weight in the traces to jerk Buck into the way he should go.
He did not rob openly, but stole secretly and cunningly, out of respect for club and fang.
It was not in the mate's province to go out in the boats, and though I manoeuvred cunningly for it, Wolf Larsen never granted me the privilege.
Hardly, however, had Zarathustra left the cave when the old magician got up, looked cunningly about him, and said: "He is gone!
Thus spake the old magician, looked cunningly about him, and then seized his harp.
So we should all take off our hats - preferably comedy pointy ones - in honour of Liverpool's Martin Skrtel, who cunningly posted a photograph of some clowns on his Instagram page, soon after his appeal against a three-match ban for stamping on David De Gea was rejected.
Manchester blows its own brash trumpet, London does it more subtly and cunningly and we let them treat us like the porch mat.
The duo also take the lead roles which they've cunningly named after themselves.