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Law firms and attorneys are ranked based on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities valued by clients.
That said, they showed against Dublin and Mayo that they can stifle the top sides and put them to the pin of their collars with their intensity and tactical astuteness.
One can only marvel at the man's astuteness and eloquence, at his soft-spoken words and decisive actions.
You're invited to master the art of destruction, with intense close quarter confrontations, tactical astuteness, team play, and explosive action all central to the overall experience.
The scion of the Gandhi family will need to show additional astuteness and political savvy if he is to prove his detractors wrong and drive home the point that he is his party's aACAychosen one'.
Individuals and firms are ranked across a number of qualities, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence and commitment.
In a statement, the MQM leader asked PTI chief Imran Khan and PAT leader Dr Tahirul Qadri to display their seriousness and astuteness in solving the issues by re-launching the talks with the government.
However, the kind of reception Modi has got in Kathmandu, it's all but evident that Nepal has been the case of India's mishandling rather than Chinese diplomatic astuteness.
We are fully confident, that there is no confusion about the BJP's astuteness on backing those two leaders to join the fray in the election.
Bashar al-Assad for his wisdom and astuteness in defending the homeland against a fierce unprecedented plot.
The event seeks to engage government and civil society with the view to improving social and community integration of young people with autism; nurture potential and advance the capabilities of wheelchair-bound adults; grow academic strengths and physical astuteness of children with down syndrome and reinvent standards of educational excellence in both the school and university curriculum.
Jesus' instruction to his disciples to "be wise as serpents and innocent as doves" means that "Christians must welcome God into their hearts and cultivate that spiritual cunning which is able to combine simplicity with astuteness.