Well let me say to Mr Davies stealthily, slyly
,Eurocrats are devising a constitution which will destroy Britain's nationhood and will allow Brussels control of everything from our borders to our banks.
Her solos on the latter composition are particularly sharp, slyly
evoking everything from barrelhouse blues to the cool mathematics of Lenny Tristano.
Terse, tight-lipped and fevered Victor LaValle's The Ecstatic is an auspicious first novel that ranges with obsessive-compulsive precision over the same pulpy patch of black-geek meta-culture that Colson Whitehead so slyly
(and effectively) attacked with The Intuitionist.
Then she slyly
adds, "This margin being too mean for my purpose, the reader must look elsewhere for the New Geometry of Irregular Forms discovered by Thomasina Coverly"
I wondered then if he was slyly
placing odds on the durability of our new-made marriage.
When the French philosopher Maurice Blanchot slyly
warned, "If there is, among all words, one that is inauthentic, then surely it is the word 'authentic,'" he might have been cautioning against the authenticity touted on advertisements, flap or back copy, and reviews of many of the best-selling "ethnic impersonator autobiographies" that Laura Browder studies.
Busy bossa nova Pilot, slyly
seductive She Ain't Missing You and lush single Pretender Got My Heart steal the show, the latter with the ambience of a 70s TV mini-series.
If he was slyly
attempting to pop the stock-market bubble, he certainly succeeded.
After University of Toronto philosophy professor Mark Kingwell, a vocal and public opponent of academic tenure, was awarded tenure, he reflected slyly
on the development in his book In Pursuit of Happiness: Better Living from Plato to Prozac (2000): The rumors that my academic colleagues only gave me a permanent job so that I would finally shut up about them, or the theory that the surest way to tenure is to argue for its abolition on television, do not, so far as I know, have any basis in fact.
Otis Spunkmeyer's four-ounce Low Fat Muffins have almost 400 calories each, though the package slyly
claims that a serving is half a muffin.
The verses rhyme effortlessly, moving like the animals they describe: "Grand and gray, the regal ray slyly
glides upon its prey.
American newspaper columnist, author, humorist, and political satirist, who used good-natured humor to comment slyly
and trenchantly on a wide range of social and political matters.
So begins Tamar Davis' seductive introduction on her website, slyly
touting her much anticipated debut album, Milk & Honey, (in-stores on August 29th) to a world about to get to know her as more than another Prince protege.
Burt Lancaster is slyly
commanding in this sombre Elmore Leonard story that builds to an unforgettable face-off.
Opens Friday THE STARS Channing Tatum, Rooney Mara THE VERDICT Director Steven Soderbergh's slyly
subversive film might lack the conniving elegance of his Ocean's Eleven trilogy, but in its own underhand way, this thriller about a depressed woman - played with zeal by Girl With the Dragon Tattoo star Rooney Mara - does offer some nicely nasty fun and games.