Napoleon having been successfully hoodwinked, Bismarck turned to Italy.
Aske was invited to come to London and hoodwinked by Henry into believing that the king was really bent on restoration and reform.
hoodwinked again by those who insist that there can be no alternative to the NHS.
Beside not giving a hoot about the story, the disinterested observer is often hoodwinked and subject to public-relations manipulations.
Some of these roles include; Bring It On Again, General Hospital, Hoodwinked!
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