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Synonyms for capably

with competence

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Coppen capably dealt with efforts from Aaron Roberts and David Renyard and Mark Boyd struck a free kick agonisingly wide of the North Shields' goal.
"Since the beginning of the "Determination Storm" operation, in which the Saudi Armed Forces distinguished itself in battle efficiently and capably, resulting in imposing air control to prevent any hostility against (the Kingdom) and countries of the region, the Ministry of Defense announces that the airstrikes, with participation of the Saudi brave hawks with brothers in the coalition countries, have successfully managed to thwart the threat on the security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and neighboring countries through destruction of the heavy weapons and ballistic missiles seized by the Houthi militias and troops loyal to (Ali Abdullah Saleh), including bases and camps of the Yemeni army.
Water will be treated through the use of activated sludge and the plants will be capably of treating 95mn litres per day.
The growing number of regional destinations capably served by the speed, comfort and range of the growing fleet of WestJet Encore's 13 Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft has allowed for significant expansion in the first year.
Can I say thanks for that support, and more importantly, can I ask all those capably of making a difference do just that.
IN a lighter continent of TV copland, Judge John Deed - I mean Inspector George Gently (BBC1) - plods capably on.
Written capably and from an American evangelical perspective, the author interprets Jenson's own program of naming God's very identity according to the Trinity for the sake of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Blues' backline dealt capably with the threat of the great Ivor Allchurch and, in the second half, heaped more misery on the Welshmen.
But then I saw her balance acting and directing very capably.
Mohammed Khalid trained Artic Rose proved too good in the hands of Qatari jockey Yousef al-Hajri and sped away from the opposition inside the final two furlongs to win the Thoroughbred Maiden Plate quite capably. The four-year-old bay filly looks a good type and should be a force to reckon with in her next outing.
"As we now move into the third millennium since the birth of Christ and as the League continues to thrive under His hand, the West Midlands Christian Football League sets out a clear, unambiguous mission statement: "To enable Christian and non-Christian men alike to participate in a capably organised league in a manner, both on and off the field of play, that is morally, decently and ethically sound of action and speech and is honouring to the name of Jesus Christ."
A special note of appreciation is extended to CIHI staff members Melanie Josee Davidson and Lisa Corscadden, for lending their time and expertise to this project, and to Anne Sebold for so capably overseeing the process.
He was unsurprisingly a 20-1 shot for Ayr's feature event, but capably handled by 7lb claimer Jordan Nason, he turned in a much improved display to beat Crown Counsel by two and a quarter lengths.
While Chardon High School near Cleveland appears to have responded capably to a shooting in late February, it highlights the extraordinary difficulties of preventing violence and deaths in schools.
Adrian Johns tells Smedley's story capably in Death of a Pirate (Norton).