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When the mink reached the second thicket, his keen and experienced craft penetrated at once the poor ruses of the fugitive.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS
Any number of these ruses will occur to the minds of my readers, and I want to mention a few of them that we actually tried.
Ruses of war or stratagems are deceit employed during military operations for the purpose of misleading the enemy.
But in order to illustrate acts carried out as ruses some instances may be given.
But ruses of war are also employed, and are very often the decisive factor, during battles.
Ruses are customarily allowed in sea warfare within the same limits as in land warfare, perfidy being excluded.
It is in the poems of Chandi Das, however, that Krishna's most daring ruses are described.
If you knew half the tricks and ruses played upon me, you would not wonder at my suspecting all the world.
EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
Their ruses remain invisible, like the hidden stitches which catch back the folds and laces of their dress.
ARTISTS' WIVESALPHONSE DAUDET
For although he be a foolish beast he has many ruses and treasons to help himself.
THE MASTER OF GAMESECOND DUKE OF YORK, EDWARD

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