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having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

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having or revealing supreme mastery or skill

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Her journey spirals through vengeance to forgiveness as she reigns over the magical island, cares for her young daughter, and unleashes her powers against shipwrecked enemies in this exciting, masterly mix of romance, tragicomedy and the supernatural.
The 34-year-old's career arguably reached its zenith with his masterly performances at the 2002 World Cup, but three serious knee injuries cast a pall over his later years in sport.
They've had the dossier since May but the inaction is masterly.
NEVILLE Fleetwood from Clifton, Brighouse, is masterly in his use of his oil paint, as his current show at the Harrison Lord Gallery, Brighouse, clearly shows.
A MASTERLY strokeman''s performance from Olympic champion Tom James sank the challenge of the Cambridge Blue Boat when the Welshman''s club crew took on the Light Blues in two head-to-head clashes on the River Thames.
Called up to replace Lester Piggott, who was on Triple Crown-seeking Nijinsky, Seagrave gave a masterly performance.
Directed, co-scripted and starring Orson Welles, Citizen Kane is a masterly story of ambition and arrogance.
I want to express my appreciation and support of the masterly critique of the "Bush's War" TV program by Fr.
A marvellous selection of watchmaking parts of exception, incorporating an exquisite alliance of baguette and brilliant cut diamond settings, in a masterly interpretation of the famous "Imperial Columns", which are a distinctive feature of the middle parts and bezels of timepieces made by the House of DeWitt.
20pm (1957) (U) Sidney Lumet's masterly drama, chronicling the debate raging between 12 jurors as they attempt to come to a verdict in a murder trial.
Tender voyage" is a Buddhist image that aptly evokes the fragility and vulnerability of children, from birth to adolescence, captured in Ping-chen Hsiung's masterly study.
EQUESTRIAN: Lucinda Fredericks and her 2002 Blenheim winner Headley Britannia performed a masterly dressage test on the opening day of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
But the reality is that even in mime roles, any artistic director must recognize that while a 20-year-old could dance Bluebird in The Sleeping Beauty, and with careful makeup and coaching make some kind of juvenile stab (as it were) at Carabosse, no 50-year-old, masterly perhaps as the furious fairy, is going to be able to muster up even a ceremonial Bluebird.
But the triptych Vortex Painting, 2004, is the fairest of them all: The flora-and-fauna fabric strip on the left and the contrapposto female form on the right recall the capricious stylistic combinations and masterly, if coldly blase, technical gifts on which Salle first hung his hat.
When confronted with an urbanistic program, an architect may either (a) design a masterly construction, an inspired architectural gesture (a composition); (b) take what exists, fill in the gaps, complete the text, scribble in the margins (a complement); (c) deconstruct what exists by critically analysing the historical layers that preceded it, even adding other layers derived from elsewhere--from other cities, other parks (a palimpsest); or (d) search for an intermediary--an abstract system to intermediate between the site, as well as all given constraints, and some other concept, beyond city or program (a mediation) .