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The seized Heroin was tactfully concealed in a Jacket.
Last week, the lobby of New York's Museum of Jewish Heritage was abuzz, as caterers tactfully balanced platters hors d'oeuvres and empty cups while weaving through an unbudging crowd.
The upcoming Turkish government needs to take tough measures and deal with internal and external issue very tactfully.
An ANF spokesman Col Habib told DawnNews that the British citizen of Pakistani origin had tactfully concealed 1kg heroin in his shoes, which was detected during routine checking by ANF staff at the airport.
The dealer who understands what the product was designed for and can tactfully explain this to a customer is going to make more sales, and--in this industry, in particular--allow the customer to leave with a purchase that keeps him safer.
Dr Oliver Robinson, from the University of Greenwich in London, said: "In some circumstances, it may be that a polite smile or tactfully keeping quiet may be more conducive to your well-being than saying what you actually think and feel to work colleagues.
IT'S OFTEN hard to fathom the value of maidens at this time of year but it was hard not to be impressed with Godolphin newcomer Tactfully, who routed her 14 rivals in the 1m1/2f juvenile fillies' contest.
My girlf has a bit of a moustache & I want 2 tactfully ask her 2 get rid of it.
I want to praise the efforts of the government which tactfully handled the situation.
Chidambaram on Monday complimented Jammu and Kashmir Government for handling the situation tactfully and firmly when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) attempted to take 'Ekta Yatra' to Srinagar ostensibly to hoist the national flag at Lal Chowk.
The young Polish priest tactfully thanked the team of organisers and the contributors.
Textile industry took a sigh of relief with resumption of gas supply from the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL), playing tactfully with industry's sentiments by delaying gas supply despite clear-cut instructions from the Prime Minister.
Resignations have become a trademark of the current government, whose captain, however, is tactfully holding on to his term.
James had outwitted the local favourite Ekaterina Gridenko to take two rounds of the 'best of three' sprint where two riders tactfully out manoeuvre each other around three laps before sprinting to the line.
Al-Malki triumphed over 8 other finalists from the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar, tactfully defeating them in a round-robin styled tournament.
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