The practice has performed a similar sleight of hand
with the roof.
Dana Priest of The Washington Post picked up on this sleight of hand
Children can gather around Alcazar the Magician to witness his sleight of hand
But one thing that doesn't disappear over the decades is our fascination for illusions, sleight of hand
and all the imaginative magic acts that have lit up our stages and screens for years.
Pensions have been downgraded by pounds 6 billion a year by a sleight of hand
in how increases in living standards, to which they are linked, are calculated.
Yesterday during training for the tournament, he seemed to be honing his skills with a repeat of the sleight of hand
that so crushed the Irish and saw him widely condemned as a cheat.
JUST as magicians use sleight of hand
, it seems our politicians use sleight of politics to win over the public.
ON THE DECKS Sam Ronson; SLEIGHT OF HAND
The ring starts the evening on Lindsay's middle finger.
Administer the stuff between pitches with sleight of hand
worthy of Penn Jillette.
Winogrand's painterly eye for color and composition are uncannily in sync, and when pop-inflected signage figures in the equation, you'd swear it was by sleight of hand
When one cuts through the rhetorical sleight of hand
, however, everyone knows the "designer" Religious Right activists are referring to is God.
Sadly, it seems that whatever magic spun Rice's "Circle of Life" lyrics in 1994 has collapsed into creaky sleight of hand
with El Dorado, a collection of 11 John-Rice songs written for the DreamWorks film plus two instrumental tracks by fellow Lion alum Hans Zimmer and one by John Powell, who teamed with Zimmer on the film's score.
Here the pundits performed a neat rhetorical sleight of hand
, attacking extreme positions that the majority of those protesting in Seattle didn't really hold in order to discredit the truths they were trying to articulate.
With two of the world's most powerful supercomputers and a bit of mathematical sleight of hand
, physicists have accomplished a longstanding and yet remarkably humble goal.
Actor Edward Petherbridge performs the sleight of hand
in his one-man show Mr Dickens, Mr Shakespeare.