subterfuge in Japanese
After the shotgun blast, there was no further need for subterfuge.
And as time passed I realized my subterfuge was unnecessary.
The subterfuge must have been devised to lure Rachel and Kat off the street and into the church.
Way to go, she thought, not knowing whether to laugh or cry at her subterfuge.
And it is also very clear that the use of the legal basis is a subterfuge to try to invalidate the Council's common position.
That legal subterfuge is not worthy of the Commission.
The jurisdiction is largely going to determine the law applicable because judges normally resort to any kind of subterfuge.
We have an exercise in subterfuge bogged down in a quagmire of procedure, I would hasten to suggest.
I think we need to reconsider this, since all the others used subterfuges.
Since it has become routine, this sounds – it shames me to say it – a little like a kind of subterfuge by know-alls.