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Mr Stelling was the shrewdest fellow he had ever met with,--not unlike Wylde, in fact; he had the same way of sticking his thumbs in the armholes of his waistcoat.
His trainer Henry Candy is one of the shrewdest operators in the game and is not known for overfacing his horses, so if he believes the threeyear-old is ready for a Group One at this fledgling stage of his career the hint should be taken.
Despite some theatrical histrionics in the second act, Baumbach remains among the smartest and shrewdest chronicler of our times.
But in Jonathan Sexton they But in Jonathan Sexton they have Europe's finest fly-half have Europe's finest fly-half and in Joe Schmidt one of the game's shrewdest and in Joe Schmidt one of the game's shrewdest rugby brains whose stewardship of the team has rugby brains whose stewardship of the team has been an unqualified success to date.
It is apparent the bank has garnered some of the shrewdest investors throughout the Gulf, some of whom have a penchant for real estate.
OF all the decisions Brendan Rodgers has got right this season, sending Fabio Borini on loan to Sunderland may just have proved the shrewdest of them all.
The shrewdest politician is one who makes the people believe that he is no politician.
Jose Mourinho (below) to beat Arsene Wenger tomorrow looks like the shrewdest stab of our glorious leader's lucky pin.
Magazine declared his cornering of the hand-pump market one of the three shrewdest business moves ever made.
He has probably made the shrewdest signing of the season in Michu and deserves the praise from his peers.
uk/sport/football/transfer-news/arsenal-transfers-yaya-sanogo-auxerre-1749468) Daily Mirrror claims Wenger will dip back into the French market in which he was once the world's shrewdest operator.
45pm MOST right-minded folk have Michu and Robin van Persie as their signings of the season but Leicester's Chris Wood is making a bold claim to be the shrewdest capture of the January transfer window, writes James Milton.