The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- The play was an adaptation of John Gay's The Beggar's Opera, cunningly modernized into an anti-capitalist satire.
- The game has loads of different courses to tackle, all cunningly designed to test your manual dexterity to the maximum.
- As in his previous film, cunningly chosen setpieces make the impact.
- The piece also cunningly exploits the writer's own gift for confessional monologues.
- The scheme cunningly subverts the strict German building regulations pertaining to inner-city sites.
- It almost seemed like even the odd bum notes were cunningly placed to assure you the band weren't just up there miming to the albums.
- This is a cunningly arranged, charming, swinging record which lives up to its title.
- However, in Antony's eulogy, he focuses on Caesar's positive traits, and cunningly disproves Brutus' justification for killing Caesar.
- While the ski runs are not as cunningly crafted as the other site's labyrinthine arenas, their immense scale produces some splendid moments.
- The play has not only sly wit, it is very cunningly constructed.
- Some artists thrive on winsome personalities, cunningly distracting listeners from the music with their stylistic excess.
- Cunningly, the virus can even spoof the domain name of the business's email address.
- The emotions always seems real and spontaneous rather than cunningly manipulated to pull out the heartstrings.
- He begins to live in style, dressing finely as a gentleman, and cunningly keeping himself beyond the reach of the law.
- The twins can also be ruthless, as when they cunningly murder the housekeeper.
- As we've mentioned in previous articles, the Government cunningly includes earnings growth in that figure.
- She would later write in her autobiography that she "used to try more and more cunningly to hide my feelings."
- During the opening credit sequence, the main character cunningly eludes a patrol car.
- She cunningly milked him for anything she could learn about who his master was.
- At first glance it looks like an ordinary telegraph pole but it's really a cunningly disguised mobile phone mast.
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