subtle maneuver

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But with subtle maneuvers, he has managed to get away with corruption.
Third, Enloe's attention to the many subtle maneuvers used to divide us prompts me to question standard linguistic practices such as identifying activists and scholars by their country of origin.
Ignoring Warhol's subtle maneuvers within and outside various homosexualities; the resources of his dream life, voyeurism and monosyllabics; and the autoeroticism of his shopping, moviegoing, and television watching, they overlook the similarities between him and Barthes.