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On several occasions in the game Edinburgh seemed a classy outfit offloading dextrously and making line breaks and scoring two exciting tries through Roddy Grant and Tim Visser On other occasions they let their standards slip notably in giving away silly penalties, not protecting the ball and allowing Scarlets to blast through powder puff tackling.
Elgar saw him detach himself from the maul and wander forward, passing the centre line in his search for the ball, still moving forward while the ball was dextrously held by the opponents and kept invisible, and now both Elgar and Abe saw the trick coming, one of the oldest in the book.
The communal drape was unfortunately reminiscent of a "Snuggie," beloved of couch potatoes on both sides of the Atlantic, a blanket with a pair of voluminous sleeves attached to it, enabling its occupant to drink beer and nibble snacks while remaining dextrously in charge of the remote control.
An Italian chef dextrously manipulates a pizza in an oven using a tool called a pizza peel," New Scientist magazine quoted Makoto Kaneko, the team's leader at the university, as saying.
In 1928, for instance, she wrote several full length articles on Katharine Mansfield; another two on Virginia Woolf including one that was a discussion of modernity in the novel, and a review of To The Lighthouse; on Marcel Proust; on Rebecca West 'inserting her moral power dextrously in some very subtly compounded jam'; on D.
The synth-heavy funk of Dancing Choose is just one of the dextrously layered nuggets on Dear Science, and finds the band in a slick groove.
Doctrinal debates, such as the debate over whether duress and undue influence are vitiating factors or civil wrongs, are dextrously, if sometimes briskly, handled.
Duke Of Marmalade's appearing over 1m4f for the first time may not seem such a big move when reviewed years or even days afterwards, so dextrously did he deal with it, but the uncertainty of how he would manage the extra two furlongs was a powerful ingredient in the drama of his seesawing battle with Papal Bull.
A life in the sun (or dextrously escaping from it) could surely result in some new activities and new typologies.
I dextrously slipped their shells away, with only the occasional splatter of oil and just enough to make the point that this is definitely a two-handed job.
Thus, when he is exploring the running of authoritarian establishments such as orphanages, for example, Stargardt dextrously scrutinizes this institution both from the perspective of the regime and from the point of view of the children who lived there.
Cuaron, a Mexican who has juggled his career as dextrously as anyone between local and studio movies, warned that Brits should not focus on pitching "big ideas" to Hollywood, but should have confidence in their own culture.
As the female rises to meet the male in mid-flight, the male drops his catch in mid-air which is dextrously caught by the female with an outstretched foot.
You can still see street sellers dextrously balancing lumps of dough in their hands, kneading and slicing at rapid speed to produce noodles.
to inform and confer with him on the state of affairs: but the ministry, who knew not so much that it was attacked, precluded all communication, and were solacing themselves how dextrously they had succeeded; but in a few hours the accounts arrived so thick and fast, that they had to start from their desks and run.