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The sudden switch from humorous character trait to potential incest-adulterer is niftily achieved.
And Roger Lowenstein shows how executives have niftily decoupled pay from performance.
They were niftily in their bodies. . . . Whereas the sick could only think of being otherwise.
I asked while cutting up a British Telecom van - rather niftily I thought.
The usual, and niftily, too.
His mixed-media works are anti-monuments, niftily sidestepping plinths by hanging or resting on the floor.
Sierra niftily stifled the verbal tantrum.
Niftily combining hotel, restaurant and transport in one, campervan holidays let you to go wherever the urge takes you.
The Maoists, meanwhile, survive niftily by extorting taxes from anyone doing business in the forest, from bamboo merchants to road construction companies.
The film's jazzy cinematography niftily complements Mr. Sachs's menagerie of sounds.
The play itself is far more crafty than moving, but a sound, probing intelligence and a niftily conceived and well-paced plot make the narrative irresistible.
There has been little escape from St Valentinism on television, with even two of the dreaded soap operas niftily timing weddings for around now.
The book niftily surveys the early terrain of having a first child: the shift in identity, the evaporation of free time and the sometimes disconcerting responses at work.
For Mr Clinton, longing to be rid of the Bosnian distraction, this approach is tempting: take the lead, do something, keep niftily out of the swamp.
Bethia Jane Green's design niftily combines the farmyard barn and the county fair, complete with candy-striped tents, ferris wheel and fireworks.
Welcome to Shibuya, another impossibly humming hub of youthful exuberance and consumerism, and a great spot to pick up some niftily designed clothes and objects.
The Prince was first out of the plane, waving from the doorway, dressed in what looked like a niftily tailored dark blue version of the traditional quilted trousers and jacket.
In the end his effort is merely tepid advocacy theater and a byproduct of the very impulse for niftily aggressive packaging that he seems to wish our culture would squelch.
Here the artist niftily draws on her own, earlier paintings, sculptures and installations as source material, combining images of them with a computer program to create pictures of hybrid, hive-like, organic structures.
Last Monday against the Orioles, he niftily put his bat on a pitch low and away and knocked it into right field for a double, scoring two big runs in the Indians' victory.
It was not, however, a lame ballet: it was ingenious, niftily choreographed, sexily costumed (by Mr. Bigonzetti) and brilliantly lighted (by Mark Stanley).
Ms. Anker prefers the regimentation of taxonomy, niftily silk-screening inky rows of butterflies, seahorses and other creatures onto sheets of frosted mylar, which she hangs on the wall.
Defenseman Terry Carkner's waist-high 35-foot shot was niftily redirected by the left wing Dave Lowry near the crease and bounded quirkily between Barrasso's legs as he scrambled to react.
When "Serious Money" falters -and it does, notably after intermission - the problem is only partly Ms. Churchill's refusal to engineer her story as niftily as Mr. Wolfe or a Restoration playwright might.
To drive it, however, is to feel perched in the midst of a raised fishbowl, one that accelerates niftily and holds the road well, but whose claim to that three-pointed star on the grill seems more than a little tenuous.