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  • That said, in the way of a meager defense, I've done a whole lot of gumshoeing in-country since founding my company there over a decade ago.

    Jeremy Haft: America's Economic Edge -- and the Olympics

  • I tell you I'm afraid of pussyfooting and gumshoeing around Seaton and Crane.

    The Skylark of Space

  • Before Tim was out of the building Killen was gumshoeing after him.

    The Vision Splendid

  • You don't go gumshoeing it around behind a fellow's back, and talking the same way.

    Guy Garrick

  • And old Amzi is gumshoeing through the woods buying bonds of the yaps who shelled out to Samuel -- telling them the company's gone to the bad, and that he's the poor man's friend, anxious to assume their burdens.

    Otherwise Phyllis

  • John Scheinfeld at the Doc Blog: "I do love gumshoeing my way into people's hearts, minds, data bases and closets in search of audio / visual material that has not been seen in a zillion other Lennon / Beatles-related documentaries."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Whereas potential retros used to have to wait for their five - or 10-year high-school reunions to have old acquaintances fall into their lap, now they can simply search Facebook for high-school classmates and fellow college alumni, and re-establish contact without too much gumshoeing.

    Boston Phoenix -

  • I once knew a fellow who got so slick at gumshoeing that he sneaked up on his own shadow and made a fool of himself. "

    Every Man for Himself

  • Palefaces might as well learn something about gumshoeing a villain now as ever. "



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