Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But how in the world could a blind man be fishing in troubled waters?
Far from seeing Yugoslavia's civil war as an opportunity to fish in troubled waters, they have considered it a potential quagmire.
Our old friend Florian is fishing in troubled waters.
Isn't it enough for you fellows that you left us with this situation, without coming back to fish in troubled waters?
We don't want him fishing in troubled waters in the Middle East.
"Krona has shown himself to be adept at fishing in troubled waters, hasn't he?
Those anti social elements who were determined to fish in troubled waters largely contributed to give it a communal colour.
Both nations were preparing for strife; the occasion seemed good for fishing in troubled waters.
The Swede is adept at the gentle pastime of fishing in troubled waters.
"He's trying to fish in troubled waters."
"What all this shows is that Iran is prepared to fish in troubled waters where it can," a senior Administration official said.
They used to fish in troubled waters whenever they had the opportunity in the Middle East.
Taken together, the inquiry finds, Mr. Casey was "fishing in troubled waters."
Now then is the time for straight talking before things once again spiral out of control and thus give another chance to those who fish in troubled waters.
But he reverted to his old ways and tried to fish in troubled waters during the reign of Farrukh Siyar.
However, the concern expressed by Senate investigators that Mr. Casey was "fishing in troubled waters" remains.
Venezuela's revolutionary is fishing in troubled waters - a nation that is now the most politically unstable in South America.
Surely she loves to fish in troubled waters, and drink the cup of contention, or she would not now think of mingling her affairs with those of America.
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Generations of emperors had extended their borders in slow, steady expansion by the time-honored tradition of fishing in troubled waters, and Gustav XI clearly intended to do the same thing.
One unpleasant consequence that showed up after 15 . . . Nd6 was that he either had to let Karpov exchange off his more powerful king bishop or else go fishing in troubled waters with 16 Bh7!?
Alfonso Jordan, the Count of Toulouse, "attempted to fish in troubled waters", receiving a strong rebuke from Pope Anacletus II, with whom William VI had a close relationship bordering on an outright alliance.
It was true I had done well with my fishing in troubled waters, but more by good fortune than by my own efforts, although I had not hesitated when it was time to act, and sometimes that is the whole face of it.
"The totality of the evidence," the report said, "does suggest that Casey was 'fishing in troubled waters' and that he conducted informal, clandestine and potentially dangerous efforts on behalf of the Reagan campaign to gather intelligence on the volatile and unpredictable course of the hostage negotiations."
The Republican candidate, in turn, abandoned his high-mindedness in order to fish in troubled waters, solemnly noting that "we don't need people to pay lip service to pulling people together and then, in fact, in their personal lives, in their political lives, in their business lives, do the opposite."