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intrigue against (someone)

To plot or conspire against someone else. What will they do if they find out that we're intriguing against the chairman of the board?
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intrigue with (someone) against (someone)

To plot or conspire with someone against someone else. What will they do if they find out that I'm intriguing with Tom against the chairman of the board?
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intrigue with (someone)

To plot or conspire with someone against someone else. What will they do if they find out that I'm intriguing with Tom against the chairman of the board?
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Also on the program were Duo and the conceptually intriguing 7 to 10 passages, in which the inexorable advance of dancers contrasted with the verbal selfquestioning of a panel of seated "critics."
Its intriguing use of manuscripts from ordinary, middle-class householders indicates that it may be possible to get inside their heads to figure out why they did what they did.
But in the end, it is the shop fittings throughout the store, designed by Nike's own design team and dramatically illuminated, that are endlessly intriguing for the sportively unfanatical.
Most intriguing was the earliest, Jewel Lost, in which Rosenberg showed herself as a dancer of generosity and still-considerable command of the stage.
16 Science, researchers describe an array of intriguing findings from the meteorite ALH84001, the oldest of the 12 rocks thought to have fallen to Earth from Mars.
It is a book that not only makes intriguing reading, but one that ought to be insistent in its claims on future scholarly arguments, whether or not readers agree or disagree with the author's conclusions.
A major part of the story involves Regina's homegirls (Puddin', Yvonne, and Tamika), who present challenges to Regina when issues like betrayal come into play, and it's intriguing to see how she reconciles what she used to be with who she has become.
Aysem Sunal is admirable in her virginal discovery of her own womanhood and Priit Kripson is an intrigued and intriguing Pygmalion.
Multicolor images of 120 other intriguing galaxies have also been captured by Steidel and his collaborators, who include Mauro Giavalisco of the Carnegie Observatories in Pasadena, Max Pettini of the Royal Greenwich Observatory in Cambridge, Mark Dickinson of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, and Kurt L.
The movement motif of the second section features a curiously disturbing retreat by the dark-haired Mateo Torres, who skitters backwards, holding his hands in front of his face, while in the third section he engages his partner, Mandy Phelps, in an intriguing series of encounters an entanglements.
Their results indicate that an intriguing set of faint radio emissions comes from a group of distant disk-shaped galaxies, probably spirals, undergoing a burst of star formation.
That's intriguing because the presence of elevated ozone indicates that these layers of the atmosphere must hold little, if any, water vapor.
Conceptually often intriguing, Body packed powerful visual and kinetic images around such a flimsy frame that the work imploded on itself, its considerable energy evaporating like a cloudburst in the desert.
Several intriguing observations prompted William F.
"[Ryser's work] is intriguing," says pathologist Jonathan Braun of the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine.