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City were harried as they attempted to play their passing game and they missed the incisiveness of the injured Kevin De Bruyne as the Spurs defence did a superb job of coping with Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.
The Red Bulls dominated possession in the first half but lacked the incisiveness needed to break the ice.
"Linda was universally respected for her remarkable combination of integrity, wisdom and incisiveness," said Andrew Reardon, Chairman of the Board of CP.
Since the opening few games of the season, this current Coventry City side have struggled to replicate that incisiveness and precision with which we once played.
Played under unusually oppressive heat, the match at Al Mamzar never rose to expectations with Al Jazira sorely missing incisiveness in attack due to the absence of their foreign duo of Jefferson Farfan and Mirko Vucinic.
He retained that incisiveness even as a chronic back complaint and other maladies in recent years made his hands shaky and his speech slurred.
Though the overall premise would be right at home in a screwball comedy, A Better Man has an incisiveness that goes straight to the dark core of a troubled marriage.
This is a very distinctive piano trio working with great intellectual incisiveness but also making music of excitement and emotional depth.
He's lively and always dangerous with his change of direction, his incisiveness and how penetrative he is."
However, Wigan will need to force the pace a little more in front of their home fans and may lack the incisiveness to open up well-organised Wednesday, who have shipped just 21 league goals this season - only fourth-placed Middlesbrough have conceded fewer.
The incisiveness of Ozil's passing always makes you turn quickly from defence to offence - and that is very important."