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YOU might not agree with everything Sir Mark Prescott says, and you may have backed Pedrillo for the Cambridgeshire, but you can't help but like the bloke for his unfailing ability to cut through any amount of crap with the deftest of verbal swishes.
In the film's deftest comic ploy, Sunny constantly makes snide comments in baby jabber that only Klaus and Violet understand, and are translated for the rest of us in subtitles.
Downing was the provider, charging in from the left flank before threading a pin-point pass through to the breaking Australian, who deftly lifted his left leg out of the way of the incoming ball, took the deftest of touches with his right and lofted his shot over the advancing David James.
The consummate artist, Ramsey wields erotic imagery as his deftest device and to stellar effect, but the poet takes sporadic pauses from eroticism to deal with other of love's complications.
Yet the move deserves to be lauded for what it is: One of the deftest political maneuvers since William Henry Harrison traded whiskey for votes in the 1840 presidential election.
Agota Kristof does not stress her point; rather, she only touches upon it in the lightest, deftest manner.
All guests are asked to suggest a denouement, with prizes awarded to guests who show the deftest powers of deduction.
Brazil took the lead after 24 minutes when Neymar slipped the ball to Philippe Coutinho on the left with the deftest of touches and the Liverpool midfielder hammered an unstoppable drive into the top corner of the net.
That arrived on 33 minutes as Kavanagh's longrange free from the Connaught Street Stand side looped dangerously into the Longford box and the deftest of touches from Byrne guided the ball home.
That set up a thrilling finale that Bolton capped off when Moxey got the deftest of touches to Dobbie's long-range free-kick.
YMCA elected to take the scrum again from the penalty and the ball was well won and out to Simon Wilson who provided the deftest of touches with a superb inside ball to find Ed Barber coming in at a perfect angle to carve through the defence and score a try close to the posts, leaving Stead with the easiest of conversions.
Sergio Aguero (or 'Agueroooo' as TV commentator Martin Tyler famously exclaimed) will go down in the annals as the man who won City their first title for 44 years with the last gasp of all last gasp goals, but who was it who teed him up with the deftest of touches?