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- He would also be unable to undertake employment which involved prolonged fine manipulative skills.
- They are trained to perform osteopathic manipulative treatment.
- Unfortunately, the excruciating, manipulative girlfriend he's been trying to dump might have cancer.
- It fitted with his manipulative desire to control and dominate.
- He has been shown to be dishonest, calculating, egocentric, manipulative and a control freak.
- But what I admire, or more accurately, am in awe of, is his manipulative ability.
- You're not calculating, not manipulative, not any of those things.
- Francois Truffaut once said that the documentary is a thousand times more manipulative and deceptive than the work of fiction.
- Why is it when, after greatly resisting temptation you eventually weaken and submit to its manipulative forces?
- My sister had told me of incidents of violence in the past, and of controlling and manipulative behaviour.
- There's something very calculating and manipulative about how he does things.
- But what begins as manipulative flirtation soon turns into a dangerous and erotic game of passion, power and betrayal.
- I'm increasingly angry at my brother and his wife for their manipulative ways.
- Evie is a manipulative, dangerous and damaged character, but Tracy is blind to this and easily gets swallowed up in Evie's world.
- It was silly and manipulative, but I liked it anyway, in part because of how silly and manipulative it was.
- For that, she is condemned as secretive and manipulative.
- When the crown passed to Edward, just ten years old and physically frail, the way opened for manipulative adults to seize control.
- She was certainly clever enough, but her nature was not conniving or manipulative in any way.
- Police say he was manipulative, dishonest, cunning and intimidating.
- They were shrewd, but not smart; manipulative but not masterful.
- I don't want to hear about your mind games or your manipulative tricks anymore.
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