The stage is looking to be set for jiggery-pokery
on an epic scale that transcends the usual small-scale fiddling of local numbers.
Demeanin' I say, son, with this his puffery and I his jiggery-pokery
And I wonder if, with a little jiggery-pokery
from Sam Allardyce, he couldn't at some stage start playing off the frontman as a No.
The financial jiggery-pokery
that went on with pensions, pay and redundancies - as well as with government cash - needs to be fully investigated.
Now I would never suggest there is any jiggery-pokery
saying that those sentimental lot in racing just let an opponent win on his farewell.
But strip away all the hi-tech jiggery-pokery
and you've still got a magical movie that resonates with real human warmth.
Speaking of offspring, Michael and his wee boy, Michael St James Flatley, appear in a specially filmed video at the top of the show to do some jiggery-pokery
with a clock while Dad (all three of him) returns prior to the encore to dance with himself in some cleverly timed camera trickery.
Before all of the jiggery-pokery
with a pumpkin, four mice and a goose, Ella (Lily James) is consigned to the kitchen by her vindictive stepmother Lady Tremaine (Cate Blanchett) and brattish stepsisters, Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drizella (Sophie McShera).
And so, with a bit of jiggery-pokery
, her life is saved.
could force people from all the regions of the territory to revitalize other means of struggle for their fundamental rights-the right to self-determination.
Henderson said: "The weather is a concern at both Haydock and Ascot and if they are off we'll have to do the usual jiggery-pokery
trying to get them rerun as we really need these races.
hypocrisy of who saved in tax Yet I have a number of diehard Labour-voting friends who assure me that I am jiggery-pokery
wrong, and that the secret of a happy and fair society is for me to pay even more tax to support those less fortunate than myself.