The loss of the Meletta-Badenecche positions Deft another salient exposed to Austrian attack.
However, not everyone has a deft hand for the application and some skill is involved.
However, both PlayStation and Xbox have suffered the same fate, cracked by deft programmers and by allowing their founding companies to fall prey to piracy.
Perhaps no other genre of music is so deft at laying love on the table - from first love to long-lasting love, lost love, and of course, cheating hearts.
deft 10-yard lob into the empty net.
The little five year old on the right is very deft.
deft touches of colored pigments.
deft flick to his left which found Heath.
deft footwork a late stand-in was found - David Cameron, the then would-be Tory leader.
deft handling of the hijack of a Saudi airliner to Baghdad.
deft, accurate strokes of the pen.
Hamilton is a deft chronicler of urban ennui and claustrophobia.
Neil Grayson played a deft flick to his left which found Heath.
Cook went close again on 25 minutes, Yaku forcing a corner a minute later with a deft chip cross the face of goal.
melodic, rhythmically deft electronica with arsenic.
His are dishes of supreme quality, served by waiters so deft they could be performing ballet!
T he train of course is as packed as our previous commute and the art of metro newspaper folding is an equally deft skill.
I keep scrapbooks, love to read, love cats and cards and skiing, and am not particularly deft at driving or cooking.
Julia, showing a surprisingly deft sympathetic streak, offers him tea and a seat for a while.
At short notice he became unavailable but by deft footwork a late stand-in was found - David Cameron, the then would-be Tory leader.
The ornament is composed of straw, beautifully and artistically interlaced by the deft fingers of the maidens of Bride.
Then, with a deft swing he sent him crashing into a clump of tall nettles, which closed receptively round him.
A deft and convincing portrayal of alcoholism, with a delicious last line.
A freak wind, a little shimmy by the linesman and a deft header by the referee and it's a goal!
With a deft touch the PEBL U6 opens automatically to reveal an attractive keypad and large 262K color display.
For a man whose gait is a little ungainly, he has always possessed such delicacy of touch, such deft balance.
The Iraqi leadership reaped a public relations windfall last weekend with its deft handling of the hijack of a Saudi airliner to Baghdad.
A freak wind, a little shimmy by the linesman and a deft header by the referee and it 's a goal !
As the levels mount up, disaster is only avoided by deft and meticulous thruster control.
Dan Clark A quirky, talented act with a deft tongue-in-cheek style.
Kiania's tortie cat With a deft leap, Sier joins you in the fountain!
The keeper was left hopelessly stranded as Chris Moore beat him with a deft 10-yard lob into the empty net.
In some cases a post-tonic vowel other than a is preserved in Catalan, as, for example, when that vowel forms a diphthong with the tonic (Deft, D e us; Ebriu, He bred s); or, again, it sometimes happens, when the tonic is followed by an i in hiatus, that the i persists (diliivi, dilfivium; servici, servicium; lbi, lbium; ciri, cereus); but in many cases these ought to be regarded as learned forms, as is shown by the existence of parallel ones, such as servey, where the atonic i has been attracted by the tonic and forms a diphthong with it (servIci, scrvii, serve)?).
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