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.
The Arabian oryx was blissfully unaware of this taxonomic jiggery-pokery
and occupied its time perhaps standing about in any available shade with companion nameless oryx friends until the first living specimens reached London in 1857 and the attention of the Royal Zoological Society in London.
He really is terrific at what he does - he doesn't go past people or scores goals, but it strikes me that if you go through all the top teams there's someone who's a solid, consistent, seven-outof-10 performer that lets everyone else do their little bit of jiggery-pokery
on the ball.
One of the British titles, plus the foreign ones, would pass by some legal jiggery-pokery
known as a special remainder to his older brother William, a Norfolk clergyman.