artful dodge

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Over the last half-century his words have appeared in such diverse publications as New American Writing, Kayak, Sentence, Caliban, The Prose Poem: An International Journal, Otoliths, Artful Dodge, Paragraph, and Hanging Loose.
It seems obvious to me that agnostics avoid the God issue entirely by framing their argument within the philosophical concept of "first cause," the intellectual artful dodge of all time.
A good brushingyour-teeth song, you know, featuring my dad," the 24-year-old adds, beaming at her artful dodge.
Cogito, Artful Dodge, International Poetry Review, and Connecticut River Review.
This has been, according to Biden, "an artful dodge to get around people who are not capable, constitutionally or legally, of owning a weapon."
It wasn't a very artful dodge but it appears to have taken the NTSB off the hook for recommending a change that makes sense scientifically but would likely prove devilishly hard to implement, even if the states would agree to it, which by all indications they wouldn't.
Dreaming, "storying," the artful dodge -- these are essential strategies for the survival of an oppressed people.
As The New York Times reported, her remarks were viewed, depending on the analyst's point of view, as either "a subtle but important shift in policy, a restatement of the administration's long-held position or an artful dodge intended to retain flexibility, in dealing with detainees while soothing public opinion" here and abroad.
Ellipsis, Artful Dodge, Sou'wester, Midwest Poetry Review, Santa
A man is going to enjoy it more if he does it his way.Christian Science MonitorThe artful dodge of housework
This was an artful dodge. There is zero evidence that snakeheads had been in the wild here until very recently, and even if some were breeding them domestically, the stocks must originally have derived from China.