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Berry is well-versed in the broad historical literature on the South which touches on these issues, and the route he takes into their significance is to look closely at how certain individual soldiers wrote about war's twinning of death and love, ambition and selflessness, men and women.
Having outwitted the Inquisition in Portugal, he now tries to use those wits to outmaneuver other well-versed brokers.
Our advice to anyone who is contacted is to be extremely wary of such telephone calls and to be prepared for a visit from a salesperson well-versed in high-pressure selling techniques.
Although many people are familiar with the moniker Big Bang theory, most aren't well-versed in the science behind it.
Drucker is a former actuary and well-versed in our industry.
Although Gilder is very well-versed in physics, he's less so in the fundamentals of feedback loops, especially relating to supply and demand.
While this level of dialogue is not maintained, the authors' intellectual engagement with each other is sustained through the entire work, thereby making all the essays more accessible, particularly to those readers who are not well-versed in psychoanalytic discourse.
Among those with new power plants, some innovations are clearly visible to the layman's eye, while others are only evident to those well-versed in what is under the hood.
Wells was a consummate clinical chemist, well-versed in both the classical and more modern aspects of the profession.
The problem that this is creating is that these field service technicians are not as well-versed in furnace-related problems as they should be.
However, low-cost, highly-structured financing for well-planned and well-located projects can readily be secured for quality developers with the assistance of financial intermediaries well-versed in the diverse financing opportunities available.