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  • Adroit and desperate attempts will, however, be made, if we mean by unionism the undisciplined and aggressive fact of vigorous and determined organizations.

    THE SCAB

  • Adroit and desperate attempts will, however, be made, if we mean by unionism the undisciplined and aggressive fact of vigorous and determined organizations.

    A REVIEW

  • Adroit social-climbing and boudoir-hopping were central to elegant self-advancement.

    Why They All Came to Versailles

  • Adroit central banking could and would prevent depression.

    Jeffrey Sachs: Time to Plan for a Post-Keynesian Era

  • Adroit fellow that he was, Ogomoor was able to divine several things simultaneously from his Master's exclamation.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

  • Adroit American diplomacy should attempt to squeeze the radical theocracy of Iran between international outrage against terror and the desire of Iran's citizens for normal relations with the world.

    Sound Politics: Floyd McKay Flirts With Bigotry

  • ++++Dear Wannabe – Adroit liars are “good” at their craft because they mix lies with the truth.

    Think Progress » Bush: Americans Sacrifice ‘Peace Of Mind When They See The Terrible Image’ Of War On TV

  • Adroit of F'lar, Lessa thought, to be sure the messenger had a long look at Ramoth.

    DragonFlight

  • Adroit and desperate attempts will, however, be made, if we mean by unionism the undisciplined and aggressive fact of vigorous and determined organizations.

    A Review

  • Adroit and desperate attempts will, however, be made, if we mean by unionism the undisciplined and aggressive fact of vigorous and determined organizations.

    The Scab

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  • Adroit -clever or skillful in using the hands or mind.

    -Oxford Dictionaries

    December 20, 2015