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finagle

and fanigle (fɪˈneglæ and fəˈnɪglæ)
1. in. to plot and plan; to conspire; to arrange (something). He’s pretty good at finagling.
2. tv. to acquire something through conniving. Can I finagle a buck from you?
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It's going to provide me with some savvy skills I'll be able to apply in my late-20s/early-30s, to finagle some kind of free ride.
A year from now, whatever the status of SARS may be, the industry -- as it always does -- will have learned to adapt and finagle its way around the crisis.
The Trimblite safe bet might be to finagle party chairman Lord Rogan, a steady helm-hand, into the key position.
Until McAteer is able to finagle a large enough congressional appropriation, another approach might make sense: cracking down on fraud.
To get it on the plane to Chicago I had to finagle a boarding pass for it under the airline's 'fly a friend free' program and the ham sat strapped in next to me, causing the whole cabin to smell like a smoke house.
Drawing on lessons she learned from Oprah Winfrey and Springfield police officer Rick Lewis, Hammond opted for the latter and managed to finagle her way out of a frightening ordeal that ended when police stormed into her Lindale Drive apartment and arrested the intruder on felony kidnapping and burglary charges.
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Saying all will be better, they just finagle more dollars from the worker bees to throw at the problems.
Fred and Sunday share their information about "Operation Time Capsule" with friends Noah and Allison, while Salvatore "Sal" Viverito, Wessex alum, maria hitman, and extortionist, gives the group a matter of days to make up for the money he's lost on the basketball game as well as to finagle a way for his expelled brother Tony to get back into Wessex.
If an elected official attempted to secretly finagle a bill through the Legislature that benefited private industry to the tune of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars, the public outrage would be deafening.
Against Bartlett, that whole third quarter (23 points) we just went to him every single time and he was able to finagle himself around the basket and get some hoops.
The message couldn't be clearer: If you've got lobbyists and high-powered lawyers at your disposal, you can finagle your way out of a bind.
Of course, pork-barrel spending and fiscal hypocrisy are as old as the legislative branch itself: Abraham Lincoln spent much of his single term in the House trying to finagle money for river and harbor projects in Illinois.