skillful management

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Everything now depended on Julian's skillful management of an exasperated woman; and nobody, at that moment, knew where the woman was.
Minister of Armenia emphasized that a skillful management of UNESCO could be of vital importance for the implementation of main goals of the Organization.
The essays are grouped into three thematically distinct topical areas, focusing on Lincoln's essential role in shaping wartime political culture and discourse, his military leadership, and his skillful management of Union diplomacy.
There is a skillful management of tension, bias, provocation, dialogue.
To my knowledge, he is a winner in both international and local contests for his skillful management of his company.
However, Severstal showed what skillful management can bring, and its results still seem strong against that of its counterparts.
In their book, The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy, Not Time is the Key to High Performance and Personal Renewal, they emphasise the basic premise that performance, health and happiness are grounded in the skillful management of energy.
Performance is grounded in skillful management of energy.
The unit was furnished with 36 cots which invariably would all be full at any one time but it never tested the patience or skillful management of Ms Hilditch.
O'Toole's interview warmly unearths accounts of McCormick's quite skillful management of clergy, congregants, budgets and building contractors.
I am convinced that under Your skillful management the Kyrgyz Republic will continue achieving further success on the path of progress and prosperity," the Prime Minister of Pakistan said.
Achieving progress on all of these multiple fronts will require careful and skillful management.