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adjective as in strategic

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Because of those tactical advantages, we might expect the Chiefs to be clear favorites over the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Here, in part two, we speak a bit more tactical, about how content and search.

From there we move on to explore reporting problems marketers may find within their data and then progress into a deeper tactical analysis of those issues across a host of platforms.

A single tactical error can cost precious seconds or minutes that are hard to claw back.

The comparison with Go illustrates how these two studies elevate evolution from a largely tactical process to one that is rich in strategic possibility.

“So, about good for one tactical burst,” the first Air Force official said.

The “tactical” side of artillery—its use on a battlefield—was something Jackson was not called upon to explain.

They thought in their minds the drones had a tactical advantage, so they allowed them to continue for quite some time.

The Russian Air Force also flew additional sorties over the Baltic Sea with tactical strike fighters on Oct. 29.

Nobody really has the control in the tactical environment.

When, however, the retreat was at last ordered, Ney showed to the full his immense tactical ability.

King Robert's military renown does not need the false attribution of tactical discoveries that he certainly did not make.

Tactical use, by the enemy, of the more resilient units of the Landsturm for negotiating Belgian dykes.

The art of leadership consists of applying sound tactical principles to concrete cases on the battlefield.

What fire superiority accomplishes; psychological moment for charge determined by tactical instinct.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tactical, such as: diplomatic, calculated, clever, cunning, deliberate, and planned.

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