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sneaky Pete

slang Cheap, low-quality wine. Primarily heard in US. I can't drink sneaky Pete anymore, that stuff is disgusting! Is he drunk on sneaky Pete already?
See also: Pete, sneaky

sneaky

mod. unfair and sly. Jerry is sneaky. Don’t trust him.
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Jelly is a traditional favorite for so many things, but unfortunately most on the market today contain little real fruit and many artificial flavors and colors, fillers and high fructose corn syrup," says Missy Chase Lapine, founder of Sneaky Chef Foods, based in Tarrytown, N.
AVOID SNEAKY MORTGAGE FEES | SHOP AROUND: There are big differences between mortgage deals, so it always pays to compare costs.
Located in Scottsdale and encompassing more than 15,000 square feet, Sneaky Big Studios will open in July 2016 to support shooting and production of television, commercial, and corporate content; web/media production; and post-production.
Not limited to holsters, Sneaky Pete is always expanding its line of everyday-carry (EDC) items to include handcrafted belts, several types of spare magazine pouches and even a leather holster for a brick of 50 rounds.
What Sneaky used to do was go into the changing rooms and nick some of the kit off his chosen 'victim' of the week.
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For further information contact: Sneaky Pete Holsters, Dept.
Twenty-four Sneaky Art Projects are described, with instructions, suggestions, variations and color photos of finished projects.
Sandy Bonem, the co-owner of Misty Meadow Farms near Midland in central Michigan, posted a video of Mariska showing off her sneaky skills and as of Monday, the YouTube video had more than 760,000 views.
The deal was announced by Sneaky Games, which said that the transaction provided an exit opportunity for Liahona Ventures LLC.
Margaret Chan said: "This is a subtle, sneaky virus.
Punting high Following Jeremy Chapman in with a sneaky each-way punt on Sandy Lyle to be the top senior at the Masters.
1 : to look in a sneaky or cautious way <He peeked through the bushes.
This season's add-ons include BubbleBrain, Great Big Sneaky Puzzle, Road Trip QuizWit, and Jeff Foxworthy's You Might Be a Redneck If.
In the end, Wilson's Rule shows why these small groups will try to use government power to impose small, sneaky taxes on majorities.