(1) 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!(2) 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.(3) I don't give anybody my credit card numbers, and don't try to diddle me.(4) 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.(5) why diddle around with slow costly tests?(6) Does he want proof that I am not trying to diddle the taxman?(7) Why do they diddle and dawdle while real-life families suffer?(8) But she has garnered her MacArthur ├ö├ç├┐genius├ö├ç├û fellowship, two concurrent academic chairs, and occasional movie roles, which should keep her solvent while she diddles away.(9) That just goes to the heart of the perversity that is America, that a mouse diddler is the biggest cultural influence in the history of the country.(10) So stories about the doctor who sexually assaults patients, the accountant who gets done for fraud, or the lawyer who diddles clients out of large amounts of money, always seem to astound us and attract huge press coverage.(11) 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.(12) Not that I am a cruel person, but it is actually quite fun watching the little foreign diddlers desperately trying to squeeze the suited people of the world for more and more and more money.(13) Some are kiddie diddlers , those so unhappy, so hungry, they're willing to take that repeated fatal risk.(14) I spent ages diddling about with my computer when I arrived.(15) For two years the gang bought and sold mobile phones and diddled the Revenue out of an estimated Ôö¼├║40m.(16) 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.