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Uber and Lyft used sneaky tactics to avoid making drivers employees in California, voters say.
So you could still ask the grandparents whether the present was received, which is the sneaky way of getting the couple in trouble.
MISS MANNERS: YOUNG WHEELCHAIR USER TIRED OF NOSY QUESTIONSJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In terms of how much time goes into making its components, no sandwich requires more actual work than a Thanksgiving sandwich, but because it is a vehicle for leftovers rather than the main event, making one always feels like a sneaky triumph.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER
Flipping through one of these cookbooks almost feels sneaky, like you’re peeking into someone’s grandma’s recipe box to find her most treasured culinary secrets.
Nobody checks where the reviews come from, so anybody can write anything about your product here including sneaky competitors trying to manipulate your rating.
To make things worse, the small percentage of hydrogen in the atmosphere got sneaky sometimes.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
I can't forgive him for the sneaky way he went to work— counting on our suspecting young Davis if the matter came to light.
The old rascal's taken a dislike to me, and I'd be afraid he'd give me a sneaky bite, or claw me.
Anything mean, anything sneaky, could not live in the steady light of those dark-grey eyes.
Ef he'd 'a' missed school one day he knowed two sneaky chaps thet would 'a' robbed that nest, either goin' or comin'.
SONNY, A CHRISTMAS GUESTRUTH MCENERY STUART

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