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Progress arises out of a tension between the sometimes disordered forces of creative problem solving and the focus necessary to carry an idea to completion," Howard and Guile point out.
Guile, managing director, The Advisory Group at Huron.
We just missed too many passes and lacked that bit of guile and threat going forward.
HEAVEN knows what Everton actually do in training as never has a team so lacking in ideas, pace, imagination and guile graced Goodison Park.
com), has announced that Karen Guile has been promoted to the position of director of accounting.
Especially when his wily cop character used criminal guile to break into a house on Sunday.
On the issue of spin and guile, I note that Mr Tinnion portrays himself as an opponent of the Iraq War and identifies himself as secretary of Parklands ward Labour Party, rather than as Labour's prospective candidate for Hexham.
BORO could lose both the guile of Stewart Downing and the experience of Gary O'Neil in the summer.
we showed character and passion but we must find the balance between being physical, having muscular presence and playing with guile.
Napa is on the comeback trial after beating Jason Booth to take the title in July and has the guile to wear down his young opponent Haskins has the punching power but capitulated against South African Tshifhiwa Munyai in a Commonwealth title bid last October.
Paul Hallows twice went close early on for the Planemakers but it was Owen who had the craft and guile to steer his side into a 63rd minute goal.
When Khali came on he gave us a bit of craft and guile," said Dowie, who has to weigh up whether or not he is fit enough to start a game.