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guile

The use of deception or cunning in order to accomplish something.
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But individual ambitions and suspicions hamstring the Graith's fight against an invading guile of dragons.
Start Up Networking was launched two months ago by Mr Guile who set up his own consultancy in February having worked as a fundraiser for the voluntary sector.
Manchester City's David Silva (left) has plenty of guile
DENTIST Wendy Guile knows the drill when it comes to taking a winning wildlife picture.
BERWICK, ME Marie A Guile, 80, formerly of Sullivan St.
It proved a game of contrasts with the speed and guile of Wales up against the powerful England pack.
Cardiff have guile in midfield plus power, pace and energy up front.
Macdonald Hotels & Resorts has announced a new senior management structure with the appointment of David Guile as chief executive and Gordon Fraser as deputy chief executive.
I reflect your smile, support you with taut confidence and verve, enhance your skills, don't deviate or swerve, but capture all attention with my guile, enchant spectators, swing them with your style, your suavity, cool charm, and steely nerve.
The Malton handler firstly solved Countdown's conundrum in the feature race of the day, before adopting wise training guile to work the oracle with Onatopp 30 minutes later.
Humanists often overlook the inherent chaos, guile, and disingenuous nature of us all while reciting the jejune rallying cry of human based-ethics, reason, morality, and compassion.
A screamer is somebody whose defenses and whose alibis somehow melt away, and they actually process what a genocide is without defense, without guile,'' Samantha Power, a professor at Harvard's John F.