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“She held her own, chin lifted, an expression of well-practiced hauteur on her face.”
“She flashed a brief, well-practiced smile before settling down in an armchair at the far side of the circle.”
“Proliferation expert Mark Fitzpatrick said it would not be hard for Tehran and Pyongyang to put "well-practiced trade deals and transfer routes" from their ballistic missile cooperation to use also in the nuclear field.”
“These well-practiced thinking habits require that we question the way we look at the triggering situation and that we become more flexible in our response to them.”
“Even the pomegranate disappears, and what remains is a smooth, sweet residue and a well-practiced knowledge of how to communicate.”
“After a few minutes, her eyes turned green and she looked up at him, a well-practiced frown on her face.”
“The group played six songs, each averaging about nine minutes, and switched tempos and styles with the grace only a well-practiced ensemble can achieve.”
“I wiped my sweaty palms on my jeans and walked back into the kitchen with my well-practiced calm, unaffected face on.”
“I didn't care, I pushed the door open, walked into their sex lair and announced my well-practiced mantra, "Dude, we got into Sundance!”
“He says that the Metropolitano's barriers stem in part from anxiety that more and more foreigners are now better at the national dance than well-practiced natives are.”
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