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The Two Towers
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  • It is ill dealing with such a foe: he is a wizard both cunning and dwimmer-crafty, having many guises.
  • Nor indeed am I a stranger; for I have been in this land before, more than once, and ridden with the host of the Rohirrim, though under other name and in other guise.
  • But how can this slippery thing of many guises be caught, save by a feathered shaft? ’

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  • Under the guise of friendship he betrayed them.
  • the text of the Constitution has frequently been rewritten by the Supreme Court in the guise of interpretation.
    Law, Pragmatism, and Democracy  --  Richard A. Posner

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