Example Of diddling

A few months ago, a father and son were done for diddling the taxman out of £250,000.

A quick glance at the digital car clock told him that it was currently 9: 30 pm; they had spent a long time diddling around the studio without noticing the time flying by.

And it wasn't just the UN and governments that diddled .

And some people want to allow this same smirking pampered elitist hypocrite to diddle with the U.S. Constitution?

As we fiddle, and diddle and argue about this issue, it is going on in places like Europe and China and India and we could be falling behind here.

But the government still took away a huge chunk - this from a man who had fastidiously paid every tax and never diddled anyone out of anything.

Disgust and anger were widespread in the labour movement this week as more workers were diddled out of their entitlements in a corporate sleight-of-hand.

Does he want proof that I am not trying to diddle the taxman?

For two years the gang bought and sold mobile phones and diddled the Revenue out of an estimated £40m.

Henry gobbled down his lunch in the cafeteria and found Marc and Jim together diddling over their dessert, and joined them.

Henry may have fiddled and diddled , but at least he did not go out of his way to slag off an entire nation.

Here he says the city is still either diddling or dithering and anyway people only keep saying Munich because it's the only big one they've got to mention.

How many bad fantasy and horror movies does a person have to see to realize diddling around with this kind of stuff is a bad idea?

However, DQ operators are still diddling consumers with two in ten punters still not being offered a refund when they complain about being given dud information.

I diddled around as everyone waited, but I was baffled.

I don't give anybody my credit card numbers, and don't try to diddle me.

I mean, that's saying look, I diddled with a lounge singer, or whatever it was.

I seem to recall she was the one who diddled me out of 10 quid some time back.

I spent ages diddling about with my computer when I arrived.

It could mean that a third party was involved in diddling MPs or that there was irregular practice by travel agents.

It was no big deal loading the program, and I diddled around with it for an hour or so.

It was so completely not worth it to wait for someone that was diddling along without a care in the world, so he pushed the car into a fast speed; a fast speed that fed his impatience with everything he needed.

Like everyone else, he was shocked to see her charming new husband dishing out dodgy advice and even trying to diddle Emily and the Duckworths out of their life-savings.

Make sure you take advice from a solicitor who will be able to tell you if an agency is trying to diddle you or not!

More than 17,000 small businesses diddled employees of their superannuation last financial year, the Australian Taxation Office reported, last week.

Now it fiddles, diddles and blathers in the face of acknowledged White House crime.

Secure in their prominence, most of the bond ‘masters’ would even look askance at playing along with the rubber bullet ruse - leave that to those wannabes diddling with stocks, credit default swaps, or the emerging markets.

So I've been diddling about with the audio from my Arkansas trip.

So let me get this straight you guys diddled around at Starbucks for an hour, so that by the time we got to Ironcore it was too late to stop him and he took off with the springs anyway, while ICBC tried to bomb him and us out of existence.

So, next time you feel stressed out, cut yourself some slack; we've been diddled out of ten hours a day the rest of the world takes for granted.

South Asia, where many people are illiterate, ignorant of their rights, and thus easily diddled , is the home of this system.

The company which runs the Golden Arrow filling station has been landed with £5,600 in fines and costs after one of its pumps was shown to be diddling customers.

The Constitution is burning, and these guys are fiddling and diddling !

The telephone industry, which had been diddling with its own digital subscriber line high-speed standard, was left in the dust and is only now starting to catch up.

They think we've diddled them out of their land.

We don't have any intelligence on the other side. We have no idea what's going on - we're just in there diddling .

We fought World War Two for three struggling years while you diddled about not sure whether to trade with or bomb the Germans.

We share part of the journey along her local high street and she points to the shop where she was diddled out of £15 when buying a pair of flip-flops - she was too timid to go back and challenge staff after discovering she'd been short-changed.

why diddle around with slow costly tests?