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All colugos are master gliders, considered among the best of the 60-odd species of mammals that can glide.

SpaceX astronauts arrive at the International Space Station, Taylor Swift’s masters have a new owner, and a new study makes the case for flexible work arrangements.

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She graduated from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and received her master’s in Space Systems Operations Management from Webster University.

He received a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Fredonia and a master’s from Clarkson University.

I’m a mom of two young kids, navigating a pandemic, distance learning, working and finishing my master’s degree.

But truth be told, I never came close to mastering the language despite my excellent grades.

The Macallan represents a lifestyle; the kind that represents a person set on mastering their craft.

I would say timing and mastering topography were two of them.

“They do have to worry about the injuries that you can trigger if you go heavy without mastering movements,” she admits.

The positives of meditation are many, but mastering the practice can be a challenge.

A feeling of lassitude possesses me, my feet drag heavily, and I experience great difficulty in mastering my sleepiness.

And he spurred away headlong, his bruise nowhere, one horrible thought mastering all.

“I will not—” he began; but mastering his indignant anger he let fall his arm.

No man can be a good captain of a battleship, for instance, until he has spent many years mastering the necessary knowledge.

Sega's huge muscles were quite equal to the task of mastering a dozen of the best fighting men of Earth.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mastering, such as: administrative, dominant, guiding, ruling, absolute, and ascendant.

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