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well expressed and to the point

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Jacinto also called on the NPA 'to launch more and more tactical offensives, combining multiple attritive actions with well-chosen and well-planned annihilative blows against the fascist Armed Forces of the Philippines /PNP/paramilitary troops' as the Duterte government intensified its counter-revolutionary moves.
With a bit of thought and some well-chosen pieces, you can revitalise the appearance of any room in a simple and cost-effective way.
The well-chosen cast is game enough to deliver a few amusing moments, but for the most part, spending time "With You" really isn't much better than "Hank." In theory, this provides parallels to "Modern Family," but this is family comedy of a far more banal variety.
And their sharp-clawed machinations are presented with nonstop verve in a book that can compress a wealth of incisiveness into a very few well-chosen words."--Janet Maslin, New York Times
Turners, in Harborne High Street, was highly praised, and given the following comments by judges: "Top class ingredients handled with real skill at this top notch but unpretentious restaurant; supporting attractions include a really well-chosen wine list and service that's notably friendly and professional".
They were then asked to construct a response to the following question, demonstrating a dear focus, coherent organization, details, well-chosen language and variety of sentence structures and control of conventions:
Illustrations are well-chosen, but references are not evident.
Spot-on tailoring and clever menswear detailing aside, we love Danish-Brit label Mjolk because, just like us, they understand that a well-chosen color palette is probably the most awesome visual putty there is.
Instead of buying a dress for every occasion, learn the art of mixing and matching and the importance of a few well-chosen accessories.
Combined with well-chosen camouflage, these tactics will trick animals' eyes and break up your telltale human shape, resulting in more bucks on the meat pole.
The recipes included in this book represent a well-chosen group of street food favorites from locales as diverse as Pakistan and Jamaica.
"I meet a lot of people with large positions in fixed-income investments and cash," he says, noting that they may be better served by well-chosen investments in the stock market.
Chapters address how to overcome the inertia that keeps one enmeshed in failed habits and choices, reject egoistic self-deception, orchestrate a series of realistic, well-chosen goals, and reinvent oneself for the better.
Well-chosen films can serve as a valuable pedagogical aid, both for classroom use and self-study.