underhanded practice

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Up until now the minister with responsibility for consumer affairs, Micheal Martin, has ignored this underhanded practice.
While copying designs is nothing new, the underhanded practice has been made easier by digital cameras the size of credit cards and cell phones that snap crystal clear images and instantly e-mail them.
This underhanded practice, often used in attempts to win federal, state, local and private construction projects, inhibits the ability of a contractor to offer her/his best price and guarantee the quality of the work produced.
The pirates steal the artists' life work; and because they save money as a result of their underhanded practices, they sell at a price that legitimate owners such as MCA cannot possibly match," Kenswil added.
If a supervisor discovers someone is dealing in these underhanded practices, the gossiper has to be confronted.
Just this month, four journalists were arrested for reporting on alleged underhanded practices within the administration.
27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanks to the underhanded practices of "black hat" webmasters, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become something of a dirty word.
Detailing what she believes are heavy handed and underhanded practices, Degette and her co-author, Paisner, sound a call for the end of tyranny by the minority.
amp;uot;I am proud of the service I provide to Pacific Bell and Pacific Bell's customers, and I disagree wholeheartedly that we are engaging in any underhanded practices.