be up to some mischief, get up to some mischief
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You may depend upon it she's up to some mischief!
He'd known two days ago that his cousin was up to some mischief.
But I know you are up to some mischief.
He knew that his Circus Boys had been up to some mischief.
Now Hollow-sky was up to some mischief in the weapons tent, a place he should not even be near.
Obviously, they were up to some mischief, but he resigned himself to the fact that he could do nothing about it.
I'm afraid they are up to some mischief.
It was clear that Diasangyoja was up to some mischief.
Broco turned a questioning look on the old dwarf, "Have you been up to some mischief?"
On the other hand, if there aren't any rumours, then they probably are up to some mischief and no mistake about it. '
Think he was up to some mischief?
You look as if youve been up to some mischief, Tim, said Julian.
He could tell by the sparkle in her eyes that she was up to some mischief, so he answered cautiously.
There was only one explanation--Joe was up to some mischief again.
This report made the boy very anxious, not for himself but for his father, for he feared the King was up to some mischief.
She was smiling again, smiling at him like a patient school-teacher or a mother who knows that her boy has been up to some mischief.
It seemed to me that they were up to some mischief on board the launch, and the sooner we were out of the Irene the better.
But the more he thought about it the more he realized there were no grounds for believing the Mutes were up to some mischief.
It was a talent you developed when your mother always suspected you were up to some mischief and you had four sisters to tell on you.
I am here. . .though I wouldn't have bothered coming if I hadn't thought you were up to some mischief.
It was subtle enough that he had almost missed it, but it was also clear that Emelda was up to some mischief.
Following the mention of the birds, the new version continues thus: Trotter had glanced often at them doubtfully, wondering if Gollum had been up to some mischief.
Then suddenly Charlie's attitude changes; he is all too willing to go along with the Admiral's commands-so willing, in fact, that it looks like he's up to some mischief.
The gray-haired man turned toward Perrin and Egwene with a weary, slightly chiding smile, a kindly grandfather who knew his grandchildren had been up to some mischief.
I had to make a noise like elderly and weary, and I know my children suspected that I was up to some mischief, but they finally left me alone.
Something, someone probably getting up to some mischief, or maybe not, but already used that.
I am sure that we would get up to some mischief together.”
So the bad guys have it and may be getting up to some mischief with it.
Bad guys could somehow get up to some mischief and change those files on a CDN that they don't have direct oversight over.
They're just the demonstration of what clever hackers can do when they look at a protocol and think, okay, how can we get up to some mischief?
Long before the traditional campus hijinks of Orientation Week took hold, Albany campus staff got up to some mischief of their own.
It would be breaking the law or music!" he said, suggesting he and his brothers Maurice and Robin got up to some mischief in their youth.
So, I mean, this is an example of one of the many ways that bad guys have found over the evolution of the Internet to get up to some mischief.
And that, if you had malicious cell phone base stations or towers, that is, things mimicking real cell phone towers, then they could get up to some mischief.
But what researchers discovered was that, if you changed, if an attacker had access to this process, the cipher decryption online, in an online attack, they could still get up to some mischief.
But, yeah, this is another example of where you don't want to be in admin because it was possible for installation software behind your back to get those privileges and get up to some mischief with them.
So, for example, if the printer had known vulnerabilities, and it was in the secured network, something malicious could potentially find the printer and crawl into the printer and get up to some mischief.
So your security is preserved, but someone could get up to some mischief a year ago if they were able to get themselves into this position all only if you had unused one-time passwords as sort of a gating factor.
I trust you, you're not a fool, you know what could happen if you got up to some mischief out there,' and her fingers described general obloquy with a sweeping gesture of abolition, 'and then you'll never get a husband either.
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