practiced hand

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Or even if it had been dark a practiced hand would have felt by the rein that there was something wrong in the step, and they would have got down and picked out the stone.
Feiz and Associates, the main trait shared by those undergoing both gastric sleeve surgery and lap band treatment is the practiced hand and meticulous skill of Dr.
Castro's practiced hand easing from the surface a full-grained finish.
The students were assigned to groups who wore masks, wore masks and practiced hand hygiene, or did neither.
Clearly the management of the patient undergoing mechanical ventilation calls for an experienced and practiced hand.
A confident artisan with a practiced hand applied the brown and white pigments and combed the clay to texture its roof.
Though the selection of topics and choice of contributors show the editors' practiced hand, a lengthier general introduction, setting forth in greater detail their understanding of the enterprise, would have been helpful.
Rendell is a practiced hand at this distinctive breed of thriller and infuses her tale with a conflict as delicate as a house of cards.
Ideally, a practiced hand will use them to consider multiple possibilities, and choose the most promising solution.
The proportions of participants who practiced hand washing with soap after toilet use in Groups 1 and 2 are as low as 34% and 30% respectively.
Nature photographer Tony Sweet has a practiced hand and experienced eye, as demonstrated in the many full-page color photos packed into his instructional Fine Art Flower Photography: Creative Techniques And The Art Of Observation.
Wyden is becoming a practiced hand at unearthing DARPA's dark schemes.