trickery


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Many consider them to be mere trickery and illusion.
Critique: Specifically designed and deftly written for young readers age 8 to 12, "National Geographic Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge" will prove to be a high demand addition to school and community library collections.
The fact is that election trickery needs to be stopped on the night of the election, or even before the election.
Sources have revealed that digital trickery can be done, and the scene involving the late actor can have conversations where he is not focused but the people that the actor seems to talk to are focused instead.
And to expose just how much trickery normally goes on, the store took the unusual step of putting out the manipulated version alongside it.
District Judge Kathleen Cardone in El Paso concluded that federal authorities used trickery, fraud and deceit in trying to pursue a criminal case against him.
However during the shoot, Mitchell had to resort to trickery to capture the grin on camera.
I BELIEVE Garcia should be handed a starting role on Saturday as he is a real threat and would provide too much pace and trickery for the Everton veterans like Weir and Stubbs to cope with.
Shape-shifting is offered as a choice, but tension results when choice is withdrawn through trickery.
Via some audio trickery, Clear Channel made it sound as though pirate signals from 'Radio Free Ohio' were bleeding into several of the other stations it owns.