Sorry, no definitions found.
“Indeed, ever since it sailed through the last big global crisis — the Asian contagion 10 years ago — Beijing has been feted for uniquely steady helmsmanship in financial storms.”
“Were the President to endorse the report, Mr gopalaswamy would have continued in office, courtesy an extension of trm, and the electins would have been held indr his helmsmanship. the commission itself had been broadbased, following the aggressive, no holds barred posturing by the then election commissioner TN Seshan.”
“He sends a message of strength and steady helmsmanship to nations wondering what type of foreign policy will guide an Obama presidency.”
“With Wells and Katzenberg gone, Disney more than ever depends on Eisner's helmsmanship -- and the seas are getting rough.”
“Speaking of things needing Ann's helmsmanship pun!”
“Yes, Ford healed the country by his calm helmsmanship after the Watergate fiasco.”
“But it is hard to argue with the past year's display of helmsmanship.”
“Indeed, so much for Menzies Campbell's ostensibly botched helmsmanship of the Liberals.”
“Mr. Levine's boundless helmsmanship has meant that we have been graced with very few appearances by other maestros of comparable ability.”
“Under the helmsmanship of Mark E Smith, who styles himself 'the original rapper', 'the white crap that talks back', they've remained at the cutting edge of rock music, pushing forward into exciting and often unexpected areas.”
Looking for tweets for helmsmanship.