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Example sentences for chicanery

The cut-off is arbitrary, and leads to much accounting chicanery.
Auditors uncovered telltale hints of financial chicanery.
Politics has always been lousy with blather and chicanery.
The struggle between these faction is marked by pleasingly intricate chicanery.
Of all the directors, they say, he should have been able to detect chicanery.
The urgency, chicanery and bidding wars always add to the atmosphere.
Instead of honest, professionally built relationships, office politicians build relationships through deceit and chicanery.
But, you were right to take the high road and to avoid the partisan chicanery that so tires our people.
Such chicanery can only be inferred through conjecture and speculation, which are not acceptable bases for finding a conspiracy.
Absent chicanery or the intent to gain advantage by misleading the court, judicial estoppel does not apply.
It can take several hours in large counties for the ballots to reach the counting station, giving ample opportunity for chicanery.

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