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The answer didn’t gel with his decades-long experience as a shrewd observer of market shakeouts.
That’s why many shrewd observers have looked to this year’s report to provide a particularly important gauge.
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Here we saw many types of the Yorkshire man, famed for his shrewdness and fondness for what we would call "dickering."
Scotch shrewdness expresses itself in a phraseology all its own, and of which Donald alone possesses the secret.
Scotch shrewdness has occasionally a certain smack of mild hypocrisy, which, however, does no harm to anyone.
Arnold paused, and his glance held something of shrewdness and a livening challenge.
There is an air of anxious expectancy about him, with a look of Semitic shrewdness in the long, narrow face.
The boys had too much intelligence and shrewdness not to have judged their father; and to judge a father is moral parricide.
JUANAHONORE DE BALZAC
He showed his shrewdness in thus dealing with this pliable and deeply affectionate nature.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN

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