crafty, cunning, dodgy, foxy, guileful, knavish, slick, sly, tricksy, tricky, wilyadjective
marked by skill in deception
"cunning men often pass for wise"; "deep political machinations"; "a foxy scheme"; "a slick evasive answer"; "sly as a fox"; "tricky Dick"; "a wily old attorney"
Relating to, or characterized by, craft or skill; dexterous.
Possessing dexterity; skilled; skillful.
Skillful at deceiving others; characterized by craft; cunning; wily.
relating to, or characterized by, craft or skill; dexterous
possessing dexterity; skilled; skillful
skillful at deceiving others; characterized by craft; cunning; wily
Crafty is a chess program written by Michael Byrne, UAB professor Dr. Robert Hyatt, Tracy Riegle, Peter Skinner and Ted Langreck. It is directly derived from Cray Blitz, winner of the 1983 and 1986 World Computer Chess Championships. Crafty finished in second place in the 2010 Fifth Annual ACCA Americas' Computer Chess Championships. Crafty lost only one game to the first place winner Thinker. Crafty also finished in second place in the 2010 World Computer Rapid Chess Championships. Crafty won seven out of nine games, finishing just behind the first place winner Rybka by only ½ point. In the World Computer Chess Championships 2004, running on slightly faster hardware than all other programs, Crafty took fourth place with the same number of points as the third place finisher, Fritz 8. On the November 2007 SSDF ratings list, Crafty was 34th with an estimated Elo rating of 2608. Crafty uses the Chess Engine Communication Protocol and can run under the popular chess interfaces XBoard, Winboard, and Arena. Crafty is written in ANSI C with assembly language routines available on some CPUs, and is very portable. The source code is available, but the software is for "personal use" only and redistribution is only allowed under certain conditions.
The numerical value of crafty in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of crafty in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
A person who has a nature of crafty & cunning fox gets in the same proportion the people around oneself as friends or folks with each of them talks sweet often before that guy, but behind does all backbiting or bitching about him/her
I didn’t really have good fastball velocity, i didn’t feel like I could just reach back and throw it 95 or 96 and blow someone up. It was a lot more trying to be crafty.
In the day light, Wolves and Jackals pretend to verbally fight with each other only to delight the audience full of donkeys and monkeys and once out of sight of the spectators , they party together to eat the meat or sweet in the night . In this whole drama, the crafty foxes divide themselves into supporters and detractors of the conflict to propagate the matter to further befool the viewers & listeners.
When the wolf virulently talks against the jackal or mocks each other in front of the hawks or other animals and even when it knocks the door of the crafty fox for the justice in their case. It makes the asses to hear or watch constantly this news and fervently discuss about their verbal fight issues,but the dog knows from the day one that this blame game is an enacted drama between them and eventually the hens or cocks will be made the scapegoat.
Learned Institutions ought to be favorite objects with every free people. They throw that light over the public mind which is the best security against crafty and dangerous encroachments on the public liberty.
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- schlau, listig, gerissenGerman
- mañoso, astuto, diestroSpanish
- seòltaScottish Gaelic
- furbo, ingegnoso, fantasioso, destroItalian
- chytry, podstępny, przebiegłyPolish
- хитрый, искусный, коварный, умелый, ловкийRussian
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