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From the semblance of distress which it had worn when Tarzan first saw it, it had changed to one of craftiness as he had wheeled to meet the attack from behind; but the change Tarzan had not seen.
Our story shows the gullibility of our late lamented wirehaired pointing griffon, Tsar and the craftiness of one of his housemates, a little rat terrier named Drucilla (Dru).
The ballet tells a story of craftiness and love, betrayal and fidelity.
During telephonic address Altaf Hussain condemned the act of not allowing women to vote in Lower Dirs local body elections and termed it as craftiness.
Not only did it require immaculate technique but also clever thinking from a player who has made a habit of such craftiness down the years.
If the giants of its recent history Jack Brooks and Russell Goodway managed it for such long stretches, it is because they had experience, clout and plain craftiness that a 36-year-old international relations graduate from Aberystwyth University was never going to learn in the six years he spent setting up and running a residents group in south London.
While the investigation is hampered by the craftiness of the "dead" husband and roadblocks he throws in Thorne's way, he plods on doggedly, just in character.
When the other Cyclopes ultimately hear the cries of the wounded Polyphemus, they ask him who did this to him, and his answer is, well, funny, because it means the name Odysseus had told him, as well as craftiness itself, literally not anyone at all.
Toronto's Mark Buehrle has highlighted his craftiness by winning his first four games while allowing only two earned runs in 28 innings.
With it, Erdoy-an, the "master of political craftiness," aims to kill more than three birds with one stone.
But over the time the citizens have grown too familiar with their compulsive trickery and craftiness to be beguiled any more.