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His qualities as a parliamentarian have been documented, including his strategy, keen insight, able advocacy, clear representation, power of reasoning, balanced judgment and undaunted constructive criticism.
Several qualities of Muhammad Ali Jinnah as a parliamentarian have been documented, including his strategy, keen insight, able advocacy, clear representation, power of reasoning, balanced judgment and undaunted constructive criticism.
I have always applauded the judges - Craig Revel Horwood for his protection of the true skills of "ballroom", Bruno Tonioli for his expert eye and thoughtful encouragement and, especially, Darcy Bussell who has a balanced judgment in expressing a way ahead for every individual competitor, however slight the likely improvement.
Writers in the first category tend to sacrifice careful research and balanced judgment for readability; academic texts too often consist of dense, dry institutional history.
So I feel that it was a very balanced judgment and one that makes me happy," he said.
These inquiries are your opportunity to sell your strengths, balanced judgment, and resolve.
There is no evidence that exterminating the animals will curb TB in cows and a vote in favour of a cull was a victory for blinkered reaction over balanced judgment.
The website leads users through the maze of specifications and gives them the opportunity to compare products from different suppliers and read other professionals' reviews in order to reach a balanced judgment before buying.
They require finely balanced judgment based on individual circumstances and must always be subjected to the proper editorial controls.
The raw power that undergirds the legal justice system requires balanced judgment if it is to serve just ends.
His experience, sure touch and balanced judgment are stamped all over the present volume.
Gardner considers Vida's poem to be the most successful of the Latin efforts to write a Christian epic, but he does a good job of offering a balanced judgment of the poem, noting that successes like the verbal description of the crucifixion, for example, must be weighed against a recurrent difficulty in bringing the characters in the poem to life.

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