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1. The general is accused of conniving in a plot to topple the government.
2. He accused ministers of conniving with foreign companies to tear up employment rights.
3. Civil servants and ministers were accused of conniving with the company in the supply of arms to Sierra Leone.
4. Edith was seen as a conniving, greedy woman.
5. He suggested that the Government were engineering or conniving at a high level of unemployment.
6. They seem to spend as much time conniving and plotting against each other as they do in running the country.
7. Fourthly, Hopkins was a conniving priest, a possible Templar, with an open distaste for our King.
8. He's a conniving bastard!
9. The main character, Fleur, is a conniving woman who will do almost anything to defeat her rivals.
10. Claudino, on the other hand is a miserable, conniving person who continually exerts his poor influence on Leonardo.
11. When it comes to conniving, deceptive control freaks, ex-boyfriends have nothing on record companies.
12. Marie was cast as the conniving tramp who had ensorcelled a married man.
13. And the United States has been protecting and conniving the country to make it stronger and stronger in militarize just like the case between England and Germany before the World War II.
14. Predilection towards children is conniving them, which is adverse for their growth.
15. Adding crime of shielding or conniving terroristic organization is not only the need of our present situation of countertenor, but also the need of tight and balance criminal legislation.
16. Pauline is conniving interloper, befriending the lonely wife while the husband is busy working.
17. The mercenary hid his conniving smile at the sight of Vierna's obvious pleasure.
18. The guards were suspected of conniving at the prisoner's escape.
19. Vigilant Eurosceptics are usually conniving genius in European federalists.
20. Tommy: After all, you're a conniving, backstabbing[sentencedict.com], two-bit thief.
21. The customs officer was imprisoned for conniving at the importation of cocain, concealed in cargo.
22. She knew that if she said nothing she would be conniving in an injustice.
23. Whitaker and Givens give the proceedings a much needed lift and the latter shows promise and the conniving seductress.
24. They have a duty to set the record straight, otherwise they are conniving at falsehood.
25. Childhood memories and the superstitions of our ancestors all dispose us anyway towards conniving at the idea that fairies and ghosts exist.
26. Gil: Yeah [sentencedict.com], and I'd marry Hillary. I mean I'd kill Hillary. She just looks conniving.
27. He suspected elements within the South African government were conniving at the disturbances to try to weaken the ANC.
28. Didn't I say once before that Miss Sun was conniving?
29. The effect of building up investment housing market and conniving in speculative purchase of house in some cities is analyzed.
30. In the original version, Hemingway's first wife, Hadley, is the undeniable hero; Pauline is the conniving interloper, befriending the lonely wife while the husband is busy working.
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