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conniving
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  • (In the utterly damned, ruinous, unexpected, slutting, defeat-conniving, bastard-cessery of the snow.) He went over to where Maria had just put another piece of pine on the fire.

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  • They are conniving to get government contracts in return for campaign contributions.
  • stop those who connive to steal state secrets

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