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The basic plan of attack in 2017 was also developed under Obama, although Trump sped up the tempo by changing the rules of engagement.
Teammates are able to work together, drafting and setting a tempo up the mountain.
CAN YOU REACH THE SUMMIT FIRST?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSSEPTEMBER 11, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
There are other reasons for the tempo change as well, and not just strategic ones.
You don’t have to run at every opportunity to win in college basketball19 — 12 of the last 13 non-UNC men’s national champions have sported adjusted tempos that ranked 100 or below — but Williams insists on doing it anyway.
During Williams’s tenure, Carolina has finished in the top 10 in overall adjusted efficiency margin 11 times, and it has played at the fastest tempo among the top 10 nine of those times.
I don't play anything up to tempo under her—always slow, slow, slow.
The “Bullier” orchestra will interest you; they play with a snap and fire and a tempo that is irresistible.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
Recalling the Confederate "sojers, marchin', marchin'" to the drums, she beat a tempo on the floor with her crutch.
Thus the pitch is treated by him as modern notation treats the tempo, viz.
Let us try if it is not possible to obtain a clearer notion of this mysterious tempo rubato.

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