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Had he not had the strength and sharpness of mind then Bafetimbi Gomis twice may have made more from the passes provided by Kyle Naughton.
In a foreword, Hiltz writes that the contributions form "a profound testament to that sharpness of mind, generosity of spirit, and grace of demeanour for which Michael is held with such deep respect and genuine affection.
Now, I would not claim that the book is even and the long passages do read as though they've been dictated, but there are whole chapters with the most brilliant analysis and astonishing sharpness of mind.
It is testimony to the restorative powers of the Sport of Kings that this birthday will be Mackenzie's 103rd and that he retains a sharpness of mind that would shame non-racing men half his age.
Fernando Torres, in a rare moment of quality, had the sharpness of mind to take it quickly and his diagonal ball led to a big error from George Elokobi, who not only failed to cut it out but deflected it perfectly into the former Porto striker's path.
All three ministers have spoken in glowing terms of the 86-year-old's remarkable sharpness of mind.
President Demetris Christofias also received written condolences from European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso saying he would be remembered for his unwavering love for his country but also for his sharpness of mind, hard work, and dedication to duty, and his courage in pursuit of his convictions.
Arteta's fleetfootedness helps keep him one step ahead as does his sharpness of mind.
It is not just a matter of extra athleticism, but rather a general sharpness of mind which is now ingrained into the Baggy Green Caps by the sort of pure discipline that Woolmer claims is present in his dressing room.
The industrious Andy Johnson, had the sharpness of mind to plant a teasing throughball for Horsfield.
A team top of the league and yet it was Tiverton who wanted it, we didn't, and that was not fitness it was sharpness of mind.
I guess we've all gotten used to the idea of my cognitive problems being permanent, but I do miss the sharpness of mind I once possessed.