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Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
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Sir Olaf Caroe, who had the misfortune to be a British colonial administrator in the region during the 1940s, likened the Wazirs to panthers and the Mehsud to wolves: "Both are splendid creatures; the panther is slyer, sleeker, and has more grace, the wolf pack is more purposeful, more united, and more dangerous.
The IQ test conducted in 1938 was designed by PhD student Slyer Hallgren with the purpose to explore the relationship between social background and cognitive ability.
of superior cunning, of slyer foxiness, whether they might be called
Maybe a touch thinner in the face, and darker, meaner, slyer, pencil-sucker, proper Dai-Book-and-Pencil when it came to it, everything recorded, pat as you like provided it suited his book and no-one else's.
Harold Ramis' comedy "Year One," starring Jack Black and Michael Cera, is slyer and funnier than most critics gave it credit for.
Perhaps the Bureau of Debt execs should simply be a little slyer.