This tactic introduces another issue that diverts the discussion.
This tactic was named for game poachers that used a strong smelling fish to mask their scent from dogs used by game wardens trying to apprehend them.
Footnote 112: As to his tactic in building up a party see Busolt, Griech.
First, police storm in rapidly, through every entrance, with overwhelming force, in the assumption that this tacticwill keep casualties to a minimum.
He stopped, circled, dodged the clutching hands, feinted with a tactic long unthought of, and broke into a straight, resistless dash for the posts.
But even before he had executed the instinctive tactic of shifting the helm, paying off, and trying to beat up into the faint breeze that now drifted over the swirling current, he realized its futility and abandoned it.
Royall, in opposition, adopted a new tactic in the wake of the Truman order.
Forrestal intended to apply the same tactic to achieve the same results in the other services.
Equal opportunity was the tactic he had used in the Navy where he had encouraged specialized training for all qualified Negroes.
Only when this tactic failed--and the committee predicted that failure would be a rare occurrence--should the services employ economic sanctions.
Bergier in reply follows the tactic habitually employed in the same difficulty to-day: he ignores the fact that his own apologists have been claiming a vast betterment, and contends that religion is not to be blamed for the evils it condemns.
Like the similarly infuriated semi-rational defenders of the historicity of Jesus in our own day, he merely "followed the tactic of exposing the lack of scientific knowledge and theological learning" of the innovating writer.
Bayle's ostensible Pyrrhonism was simply thetactic forced on him by his conditions; and it was the positive unbelievers who specially delighted in his volumes.
We know the good understanding, the republican gravity, the perfect tactic of the storks and cranes.
They will let them pass, and return to their old tactic of following and harassing.
The old tactic of ostracism was not easily unlearned; and the official Liberal journals, as the Daily News, for years on end sought to suppress the fact that it was he who had brought about the Labour Bureau.
But he also had a chivalrous loathing of the tactic which stabbed a doctrine in the back instead of meeting it in face; and for his own part he never used the means he might to assail religion through the scandals of its daily record.
Even if the birth-rate be so checked as to lessen the nett population, the increasing power of machinery would so far balance the lessened supply of labour that the tactic of parsimony on a large scale would defeat itself.
A girl who has caught up every trick of manner, every little tactic of society within a month, and who, at this hour, would stand the scrutiny of the most fastidious eye, is a great prize in the wheel.
Charger" Wicks was a pilot in a well-known fighting squadron, and was so called from a favourite tactic of his in air fighting and his insistent advice to the rest of the Flight he came to command to follow his plan of attack.
They ran into a scrap with odds of about two to one against them, and in the course of it Charger got a chance to put his oldtactic to the proof.
The same change must have taken place in fighting with the sword; which, when the same tactic was adopted on both sides, was anything but a confused MELEE; on the contrary, it was a series of single combats.
The tactic of the Roman legions had not yet acquired the perfection which it received from the military genius of Marius, [Most probably during the period of his prolonged consulship, from B.