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Anderson offers to Clustrix a particular aptitude for assembling highly engaged sales teams that have consistently exceeded revenue goals.
The 'Stringer Adventurers' also battled the rapids in their kayaks near Betws-e-Coed, which year eight pupil Fiza Ahtashan showed a particular aptitude for.
Which is just as well, as Low the Elder was highly talented in the sporting field of mud-diving while Low the Younger demonstrated a particular aptitude in the little known challenge of Wotsit Consumption.
And tomorrow, the world-renowned Sian Edwards, so adept in contemporary music, with a particular aptitude for the music of Sir Michael Tippett (one of Turnage's great influences), conducts the Conservatoire's long-renowned, student-led Thallein Ensemble, joined by members of Birmingham Conservatoire's Jazz Department, in Turnage's vivid, screaming Blood on the Floor.
Oneofthe youngest boys, David Burns, had a particular aptitude.
Neither do they have the rather haunted look of someone who's in a job they didn't particularly want, have no particular aptitude for and know that one day they'll be found out.
The aim of the day was to give information to students who may be interested in a career in engineering and to pick out teens who had a particular aptitude for problem-solving, design or manufacturing.
But we must always remember that parents contribute equally to the genetic endowment of their offspring; the dam's potential for influence should never be overlooked, even in cases when the sire has established himself as a reliable supplier of a particular aptitude.
Newcastle defenders have a particular aptitude for this, so be wary.
Few have your particular aptitude for looking at things laterally and you can turn this to your advantage.
In 1999 she was promoted to manage the division and over the years has developed a particular aptitude for accounts.