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It will be conducted under the watch of Egyptian Instructor Aly Nour with more than 30 tacticians are expected to attend.
However, the tacticians will be picked on merit and it's upon every participant to prove his/her worth.
The tactician landed at Orapa United where fate pitted him against Chiefs in his very first game.
National Basketball Training Center (NBTC) program director Eric Altamirano said the bench tacticians attending the convention will get a treat listening to Coxsedge, who boasts over 20 years of professional experience as he will be talking about coaching multi-skilled players, creating a competitive environment, and developing a defensive style of play.
One of the most sought after tacticians in the business, with a long list of titles and podium places to his name, Steve McConaghy is a consummate professional sailor who continues to add major trophies to his own and other peoples' display cabinets.
Sub-lieutenants Ambica Hooda of Haryana and Seema Rani Sharma of Uttar Pradesh will now serve the nation as naval observers are airborne tacticians on the Indian Navy's multi-role Dornier aircraft, which are used for transportation and aerial surveillance and work at the front line during war situations.
Now tacticians believe the signs themselves may be an invitation to the active killers ...
At the Army's Aviation Center and School at Fort Rucker, Ala., a team of tacticians regularly assesses lessons learned from the field, and disseminates them through the school and combat theaters.
"Daniel Morgan: Fighting Frontiersman" (1595560157, $23.95) reveals one of America's greatest battlefield tacticians and illustrates Morgan's vital contributions to the two American victories: Saratoga in 1777 and Cowpens in 1781.
They are both charismatic, superb motivators, superb tacticians and, above all, they are the only two who are real winners and have a winning mentality.
That they offer such innocuous ways of doing so (choose a badge; agree with or cavil at a political statement) suggests a somewhat melancholic estimation of the audience's mental torpor: For all the comic crapulence of their audience-participation activities, the Smiths are social anatomists and oblique tacticians rather than jokers.
This party had been outsmarted on June 24--a sign that however corrupt the Liberals might be they had smarter tacticians calling the shots in the House.