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Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
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SCOUSE = SOS + CUE SLYEST = SYS + LET PROPER = POE + RPR
@_Ash_Clark ALPHA PAPA is the funniest film I''''ve seen this year, and amongst the slyest and most well-constructed.
When the species was first referenced in the late 1800s, one writer described the bloodsuckers as the "slyest, meanest and most venomous of them all." But even though the mosquitoes are neither deadly, nor carry any human diseases, their sting can feel like a "stab" - leaving a mark that won't quickly fade.
FOR NEARLY SEVEN SEASONS WE HAVE WATCHED and admired Deputy Chief Johnson as she earned the respect and allegiance of her squad and been impressed with the cunning with which this little old country gift has outwitted and outmaneuvered the slyest and vilest of villains.
The slyest touch may be that amid the hawking and well-worn revelations about advertising, the biggest sell is for the amiable Spurlock as the genre's reigning goofball tour guide.
Throughout the show, Samantha Bee delivers the slyest ben mots in the most vixenish manner (her impression of a Freudian shrink is a gem).
Connie, the middle-aged nurse with devout (although skewed) Catholic convictions is perhaps the slyest player.
Gritty, yellow teeth made up the slyest grin ever, next to Lazy's four years ago in the bathroom.
Spin, in a favorable review, writes Snider is one of "roots music's slyest, smartest songwriters."
However, without a charismatic presence behind the mask of Shakespeare's slyest villain, who wields language with more potency than a poisoned blade, the production could not fully capitalize on the meaning of those contrasts.
Of the three writers, Lisberger is the slyest. Her stories begin evenly, with perfectly phrased interior monologues.