underhanded practice

See: deceit
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Just like Congress ended the practice of mailing live credit cards nearly 50 years ago, Congress should pass our bill now to stop this underhanded practice, said Senator Cotton.
"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.
According to the anti-graft watchdog, the LNG sector was suffering a hefty annual loss due to the underhanded practices carried out by aforesaid persons in the previous government.
NAB claimed that the LNG sector was suffering an annual loss of $228 thousand annually due to the underhanded practices carried out by aforesaid persons in the previous government.
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.
Many felt that the election was "stolen," and that underhanded practices at the polls and confusion with the infamous Palm Beach County, Fla., "butterfly ballot" contributed to Al Gore's loss.