adroitness


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Synonyms for adroitness

Synonyms for adroitness

skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

Synonyms for adroitness

skillful performance or ability without difficulty

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Ecosmob Technologies is one of the esteemed VoIP companies whose adroitness revolves around open source VoIP platforms like FreeSWITCH, Asterisk, WebRTC and others to address the VoIP requisites.
Speaking in a duality of voices; one of a young, winsome and naive Jewish woman seeking a glorious adventure and that of a seasoned veteran with a here-and-now retrospective tone replete with a sagacious wisdom; Chesler imparts her spellbinding narrative with the level of adroitness that only a consummate raconteuse can muster.
I remember a situation in which he showed adroitness, good manners, intelligence and wittiness.
His last, against Bedford in February, was notable only for the adroitness of Neil Mason's hands and Maggs' irritation that he had not run closer to the posts.
Mind you, certain of our own politicians have shown a notable degree of adroitness at massaging figures in recent history.
The whole scheme owed much, if not everything, to Joseph Chamberlain's municipal vision and financial adroitness.
And sometimes they are, as already mentioned, Dickensian in the adroitness of their characterization and in the surprise of their humour.
Ending this conflict will require political adroitness as well as continued military firmness.
But Kutcher and Diaz are undeniably appealing as they go through familiar motions in custom-fitted roles, and the scene-stealing supporting players (Corddry, Bell, Farina and Queen Latifah as a marriage counselor) go about their petty larceny with amusing adroitness. Brit-born helmer Tom Vaughan ("Starter for 10") tries too hard at first to emphasize free-wheeling zaniness, but settles into a smoother groove to keep this utterly disposable but lightly entertaining pic afloat.
Like Behar, while some of her jokes lacked compassion or adroitness, for the most part the humor was palpable and often quite clever.
With a juggler's adroitness, Geary uses both color and scale to manipulate the pictorial weight of the different elements in each painting.
113), Marx foregrounds, with great acumen and adroitness, the strategic deployment of the poem's 'fault', its 'defective symbol', where 'in placing himself into the fault, in offering himself as the symbol that covers over the abyss of love, Pound, failed master and masterful failure, succeeds in bringing into sight the receding Chinese object' (p.
Here, glamorous American superstar Renee Fleming deals with the vocal hurdles with a certain adroitness, but the title role does not come across as a natural fit.
With the adroitness of a master, Allison Kuhn, a journalism major from San Anselmo, Calif., was underneath a picnic bench unfastening a bolt with a socket wrench, intent on replacing a damaged picnic seat section.
With a growing family, he wished to make money; perhaps more important, he savored his own adroitness and relished using the network he had fashioned in his New Deal days.