These Cercopes (`Monkey-Men') were a pair of malignant dwarfs who went about the world mischief-making
It would not be home without their noisy tongues and their mischief-making
You really do treat me, my boy, rather as though I were a weird, mischief-making
person with a talent for intrigue and crime of every sort.
You had better stop, you little mischief-making
Besides, there is always the certainty that either you or the dropper-in will say something that would have been better left unsaid, and I have a holy horror of gossip and mischief-making
I see, Juno," said he, "you mischief-making
trickster, that your cunning has stayed Hector from fighting and has caused the rout of his host.
And I say they are mischief-making
Boffins, and I say the Boffins have set Bella against me, and I tell the Boffins to their faces:' which was not strictly the fact, but the young lady was excited: 'that they are detestable Boffins, disreputable Boffins, odious Boffins, beastly Boffins.
It has used all the available resources: money, propaganda, lies, mischief-making
, intelligence structures and groups of influence.
I recently listened to a debate where the mischief-making
SNP had tabled a motion about EU citizens' rights.
and negativity from a man who is going to lose his position.
The pair met up at the movie premiere in 1966, near right Far right: After the death of her husband, Bobby, in 1999, Cilla formed a close bond with comic Paul O'Grady, and the mischief-making
duo were often seen together at showbiz events The stars came out to celebrate Cilla's 21st in 1964 - here she gets a simultaneous kiss from Tommy Cooper and Frankie Vaughan Cilla was well known for her wide circle of showbusiness pals - here she shares a joke with Frankie Howerd and Bruce Forsyth in 1981
30pm and was finished by 10pm so I think this is really mischief-making