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In other words, the shorter the season, the less we can be certain the more skillful teams will rise to the top of the standings, leading to more surprises.
If you’re someone who hasn’t invested in skillful social media strategists so far, you need to reconsider.
In both “The Jar” and “The Race,” the colloquy benefits from skillful steerage by a moderator in the former case and a group of young actors in the latter.
The photographers featured in the exhibition planned meticulously for their winning shots, and the results were universally beautifully composed and skillful as well as miraculously lucky.
Meteorologists call such periods “forecasts of opportunity,” because they represent times when forecasts are likely to be more skillful.
It was being driven very rapidly, but very skillfully, and the car was empty save for the driver.
The girls were dressed in such boating costumes as gave them the very freest movement, and they both used the paddle skillfully.
Amy, who was in the bow sheered off, but brought the side of the canoe skillfully against the rough planks.
Mr. Henty has never combined history and thrilling adventure more skillfully than in this extremely interesting story.
It has an alluring plot, and is well and skillfully worked out.
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