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  • He surpasses all beings in those arts called Cunning and

    Ten Great Religions An Essay in Comparative Theology

  • He wrote besides those airy Fancies, several other Serious Pieces; as also a Comedy called the Cunning Lover.

    The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets

  • An excellent piece by Ursula Dubosarsky published in the Australian Age awhile ago, looking at Vixen Sharp Ears aka The Cunning Little Vixen, a novella written by Czech Rudolf

    July 2008

  • "Cunning" was the word used to describe the women who on the outside cultivated a maligned Mother-of-the-Year persona, yet subjected their children to painful and repeated medical testing.

    Cruel Deception

  • Cunning which is often a characteristic of narrow minds

    Barbara Blomberg — Volume 04

  • I've always loved the prescription to be as 'cunning as serpents & gentle as doves' 'Cunning' being used in its original sense of alertly using your brains!

    CathNews

  • Voight: Press 'Covering For' 'Cunning' Obama, 'Lied' About Protecting Israel, Garofalo

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Janeane Garofalo: There Is Almost No Liberal News Outlet in America Voight: Press 'Covering For' 'Cunning' Obama, 'Lied' About Protecting Israel, Garofalo

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • American Student Held in Italy Murder Described as 'Cunning'

    Alanat News

  • Cunning Artemis Fowl is a criminal mastermind; his ambition is to get his hands on fairy gold.

    Recommended reads: ages 8–10

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