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  • I've reason to believe he's in cahoots with that berk Southerby. "

    Noble House

  • Unless they were liars and fast to boot — or in cahoots — none of the men on patrol could have dropped Hawkes.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • Parlabane was obviously in cahoots with Elspeth, and Beadie couldn't be sure how much Shelley had really told her.

    It's October, 1956.

  • The anti-Federalists were just as convinced that John Adams was in cahoots with the British and intent on restoring monarchal rule.

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama: The America We Love

  • He explained how Cato and Savich were in cahoots and how they had set him up, and others before him.

    Ricochet

  • You and whoever you're in cahoots with must stand to gain plenty from this - and not just in the short-term, either.

    It's October, 1956.

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  • He seems to be working with grasshopper, though he feigns cluelessness.

    November 26, 2007

  • Me removes SonofGroucho from cahoots and installs him in the shrubbery among the dwarves and the miniature dinosaur.

    November 26, 2007

  • I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

    November 26, 2007

  • It's a hostile takeover of Wordie! Who are you working for??

    November 26, 2007

  • You'll only find out if you're plotting something.

    November 26, 2007

  • Where is Cahoots, anyway?

    November 24, 2007