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But generally such trickeries hold for very specialized use, and I do agree that using it for image compression seems a little far-fetched. But as I said, we are still short on info as of now. Still, I will try to rewrite that bit as best as I can. — “Talk:JPEG XR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Valtelline, in Northern Italy, was vitally important to the communications between the Spain and Austrian branches of the House of Habsburg. "Broken faith, false promises, secret intrigues, plain trickeries, 'Yea' in the mouth, and 'Nay' in the heart, have between them. — “Treaty of Monçon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
For information on kitsune in traditional Japanese culture, please see the main article. who is a perfect portrait of one of kitsune's trickeries; He is male (officially stated by Capcom and Inti. — “User:CaveatLector/Kitsune in popular culture - Wikipedia, the”, en.wikipedia.org