On a day when the sun at last shone on Centre Court, only for the wind to gust trickily
around its roofless arena, Federer powered past Juan Carlos Ferrero 7-6 3-6 6-1 6-3 to take his place in the semi-finals.
Jones makes the paradoxical and parodic case for an American Indian fiction that is new to the extent that it challenges itself to be less rather than more readily identifiable as "Indian"--more homeless in one sense but also more trickily
and restlessly able to claim multiple creative and intellectual home spaces.
The government maneuvers trickily
and wittily to nurture, multiply, and refurbish its country-specific advantages, which can be attributed to as "pull factors".
The Moon gets into an embrace with sombre Saturn, which still angles up trickily
to expansive Jupiter.
She stops being afraid of him, trickily
strips him of his magic clothing, and employs the traditional practice in the Spring Festival of Setsubun of chasing away evil demons: she throws beans at him and chants "Come in happiness, come in happiness
With these techniques Johnson effectively but trickily
conveys his ironic and multivocal vision and makes his narrator successfully write himself into the text.