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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)

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) 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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intriguingly Lancashire on the championship Chelmsford have the It is a bit frustrating because in the two games this season where we have played some good cricket the rain has curtailed play.
Intriguingly, almost a third resisted the temptation to take a five-star holiday.
Intriguingly, the scientists found that stimulating those same neurons can reverse these age-related memory defects.
The French language drama is intriguingly directed by brilliant Polish film-maker Pawel Pawlikoski (My Summer of Love, 2004).
But, perhaps most intriguingly of all, Zach Braff, best known for his starring role in US sitcom Scrubs, discusses his West End debut in All New People, a play he wrote himself.
One of the problems of being Piggity-Wiggity Jiggity Jig (other than an intriguingly long name) is that he belongs to a large family of piglets and no-one has time for him.
Polish-bred Scater, a Listedwinning steeplechaser in his homeland, is by Dixieland out of Scatola, a daughter of the intriguingly named Skunks and out of a mare by the even more intriguingly named Erotyk.
A legal advice book primarily, it reads intriguingly for those who love an entertaining courtroom drama tied in with celebrity drama.
Far less starry than their recent films, it is intriguingly provocative but perhaps a bit too low-key for its own good.
Exploring society through a woman who doesn't understand society's unwritten taboos, "Requiem for Locusts" is an intriguingly written novel that asks questions and provides interesting answers.
However, amid speculation that there have been discussions between his representatives and US private equity fund InterMedia Partners, and more intriguingly, the Saudi Binladin Group, Ashley said: "I think I'll start with people from Newcastle, not in some cave in Afghanistan."
Stories that follow truly human characters as they deal with the common problems of life, such as the death of a father and the relationship with his son, a boy struggling with illiteracy, the suicide of a loved one--all things that everyday people may deal with, but all written intriguingly to glue readers to the page.
And on page 72 you'll find a selection of corporate communications ranging from the intriguingly obscure to the staggeringly obvious, It's your magazine, so let us know what you think about the new look at nc1@caspianpublishing.co.uk.
Intriguingly, a red wine vessel was at the west wall of Tut's burial chamber and a white wine container was at the opposite wall.
Most intriguingly, he noted that his supply of Israeli flags comes from a distributor in Israel.