“I was extremely uncomfortable during the experience, so I was kind of weaselly, before saying that I was more of a libertarian.”
“Most people outgrow that kind of weaselly, hypocritical whining by the time they're eight years old.”
“Without being too "weaselly," I would recommend setting a TCLASS maximum active high enough that it doesn't impact normal operations but low enough to have the desired dampening effect during workload surges.”
“weaselly" comparisons to the positive rate in the Maple Leaf plant and other surveys in Canada and the USA where sampling was done at the point of sale.”
“fashion magazine" is an accurate descriptor or a kind of weaselly way to throw people off track so as not to burn any bridges.”
“The weaselly one seems to have a bee in his bonnet, no?”
“February 12th, 2010 at 9: 06 pm ralph the wonder llama, official spokesllama for the Llama Milk Council® says: the weaselly troll has been drinking already.”
“There is something obfuscatory and slightly weaselly about words like "narrative strategies.”
“Geithner gives off a really weaselly vibe ny nick Says:”
“And he's skin-crawlingly creepy on CSI as Nate Haskell, the weaselly serial-killer nemesis who shanked Dr. Raymond Langston Laurence Fishburne.”
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