In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1trapicheo masculine informaltejemanejes masculine
- But economic skullduggery should be set within a more important wider context which I will discuss later.
- It gets even stranger with bullets, conspiracies, death threats and international skullduggery.
- It sounds dull but it this sort of underhand skullduggery that bloggers should be uncovering.
- Measuring the volume of corporate skullduggery precisely is difficult.
- As exchanges become more of a presence in the market, the potential for skullduggery has never been greater.
- Of all the financiers Bangkok wants to string up for mismanagement and skullduggery leading to the Crisis, it is Pin they want most.
- This fascinating study of one of the century's greatest ‘scams' shows that financial skullduggery did not begin with Robert Maxwell or Enron.
- Now, none of this should be taken to mean success is invariably tainted by skullduggery or attained in spite of incompetence.
- What the Cork and Kerry decisions mean is that every form of skullduggery is given semi-official legitimacy.
- Nonetheless, his downfall was caused by his skullduggery in the context of the defeat in Vietnam.
- Chisholm is very close to Deacon and unlikely to collaborate in any cabinet skullduggery.
- What kind of skullduggery was going on in the front-row, we do not know.
- The reason for this legislative skullduggery is obvious: No one wants to publicly defend the indefensible.
- Instead, the stories have been about alleged corruption, incompetence and skulduggery.
- What the Sligo County Board have done is to engage in a low, mean-spirited, under-hand piece of skulduggery.
- Martin Scorsese's epic tale of skulduggery and violence is even more extreme than Sergio Leone's Once Upon A Time In America.
- Do note, however, the snide tone of the remark, and the imputation of dishonesty and skullduggery among scientists.
- Nixon compared this skullduggery with the conduct towards reporters of the Kennedy White House.
- Obviously with projects this momentous there's bound to be a touch of skullduggery.
- Ansari depicts the history of the caliphs as a sordid one of oppression and skullduggery.
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