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For this event, the devil was in the details, which were incredibly challenging to pin down, as we explained in our forecasts.
Officially, the feds still consider the devil’s weed a dangerous drug, but there’s been a softening of attitudes.
During the Mad Men-esque meeting of the housewives to prepare for the talent show in Episode 2, the Queen Bee of the group quips, “the devil is in the details.”
She is even told by her neighbor and mentor, a witch named Agatha Harkness, that her children aren’t real but rather an illusion conjured by a combination of her own powers and those of Maphisto, the devil of the Marvel Universe.
"He's deviling me all the time," Meldrum complained to the owner of the horse ranch.
THE SHERIFF'S SONWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
"There's a h—l's mint of deviling, tormenting rebel cavalry out there beyond the hills," they called out to the regiment.
I got back to the Toban and found slander accusing me of sporting in the city, deviling around with liquor and women.
You've been deviling me for that five hundred dollars till I'm sick of listening to you.
OLD MAN CURRYCHARLES E. (CHARLES EMMETT) VAN LOAN
As for this deviling, we will do our best to satisfy him, according to our means.
FLEMISH LEGENDSCHARLES DE COSTER
All this was brought about by the evil power and influence of the deviling.
FLEMISH LEGENDSCHARLES DE COSTER

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