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"You are stupid, awfully stupid," said Ivan peevishly. "Fib more cleverly or I won't listen.
I can't tell you how he said it, so eloquently and cleverly, as though it were all written down, and so touchingly.
In essence, by cleverly reorganizing the calculation, you were able to make it substantially easier to accomplish.
It was cleverly done.
I maintain that he is in his right mind, and that if he had not been, he would have behaved more cleverly.
A cleverly thought-out directive can also give a boost to better product design on the part of the big manufacturers.
At present, warnings are cleverly hidden by displays or coloured packaging.
I believe that that is the main problem. We cannot cleverly sidestep it.
In other words, we get a clear picture of the ALDE Group's view of agricultural policy, although it has been worded very cleverly.
Mr Brown's cleverly disguised appearance at the Paris Eurogroup summit was a notable achievement of the French presidency.