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having talent

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endowed with talent or talents

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Romo's El Puente/The Bridge (2000), an excellent documentary on life on the contemporary border, giftedly addresses this issue.
I am very sorry to say/ That ninety lives have been taken away /On the last Sabbath day of 1879, /Which will be remember'd for a very long time.' One commentator said: '(McGonagall) is so giftedly bad he has backed unwittingly into genius.' He was no mathematician, either, as 75, not 90, people died in that disaster.
Nonetheless, Adelman has giftedly examined Merchant's Judeo-Christian ancestry, and the fact she exposes the play's religious and racial synergism breathes new life into Christian-triumphist criticism.
"The purpose of the false self is to defend against pain, not deal with reality," Robert Firestone explains giftedly. So, there it is.
Deftly carrying readers through Filth's exploration of life from his struggles as a young Barrister to his ultimate retirement from a judgeship in the beautiful Dorset, Old Filth is very strongly recommended as a giftedly authored novel portraying of one man's life and times.