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Huckabee will also need to establish a reliable fundraising base, something that up until now has proved to be elusive.Can Huckabee Convert the GOP’s Moneymen?
January 4, 2015
As far as finally being acknowledged herself with that elusive Academy gold, well, Moore says she would not take it for granted.Julianne Moore Is Oscar Gold in ‘Still Alice’
December 24, 2014
There will be a lot of talk about “sustainable” development, but so far that has been elusive.Goodbye, Bahamas. Hello, Havana!
December 18, 2014
But the deliverance and liberation that has been longed for by Jews and Christians has proven to be an elusive thing.During Advent, Lots of Waiting, But Not Enough Hope
December 7, 2014
They are an elusive bunch, in motion or in the thrall of another time.The Real-Life Raiders of the Lost Ark
November 14, 2014
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Who among them could recognise the unknown, elusive bandit, Fantômas?A Nest of Spies
His only diversion was fishing for the elusive rainbow trout.
The sound of knocking had been faint, elusive, reflected Byrne.Within the Tides
But even to his acute sense of hearing the sound was too elusive.Under Western Eyes
Sam was volatile and elusive; his industry of an erratic kind.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine