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The tiger sneakily repaints the door with the university color.
Z Trim has no fat and is made from corn, oats, soy, rice and barley, so school officials sneakily replaced the caf's fat-laden ranch dressing with the better-for-you stuff.
Yet much like Damon's central performance, though the movie never really grabs you, it does leave you feeling like something, ever so sneakily, has left its unsettling mark.
This, it seems, is precisely the story of "High & Low": The show dismissed any talk of spectacle or the culture industry as "empty theorization" while sneakily positioning itself as a case study in exactly these.
But some were somewhat laudable, such as "The Flintstones"--the first primetime animated sitcom, essentially an affectionate spoof of "The Honeymooners" Other minor studios like Jay Ward Productions developed shows such as "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle," whose sneakily witty dialogue and over the-top social send-ups presaged the smarts of later shows designed to appeal to mature audiences.
Sneakily searching for our Chrimbo presents is something us Viva girls have done since we were knee high.
Sober worm that has caused the most problems for computer users this month Sober-A sneakily disguises itself using a number of subject rifles and messages, making it difficult to spot with the naked eye.
Sir, - I wish to congratulate Mrs Gisela Stuart MEP, for taking a strong stand and walking out on Mr Valery Giscard D'Estaing (President of the Convention on the future of Europe) when he sneakily attempted to introduce new clauses into the convention documentation which had not been agreed or even discussed.
More recently colleges have been slipping in other summer employers with our camps -- and sneakily, one by one, changing the name of the event from summer camp to summer job days.
His side comments and deadpan conversations with the people he meets are sneakily funny, especially his definition of tourists as "terrorists with cameras.
Set to portions of Bach's Suites for Solo Cello, played onstage by Wendy Sutter, the dance had the sneakily improvised quality--and the suspense--of life drawing done with whimsical panache.
Meanwhile, biological science is increasingly underfunded and inadequately taught--a deplorable situation which will worsen as tenacious right-wing Christians sneakily gain seats on school boards in order to wreak havoc on education in general and the teaching of evolution in particular.