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  • Incisive survey of the genres and principal works of the Chou and Early Han dynasties.

    Return to the Hyatt

  • The Journal's New Wine Blog Getty Images Incisive criticism and accessible advice on the world of wine.

    Rose-Hued Memories Of a Summer Night

  • On Wine: Incisive criticism and accessible advice on the world of wine

    A Writer, Importer and Gentleman Spy

  • Incisive criticism and accessible advice on the world of wine:

    Does Prosecco Deserve Its Sparkling Success?

  • Incisive by Jim Arnold on Monday, Mar 9, 2009 at 9: 29: 10 AM and I don't agree with you. by Archie on Monday, Mar 9, 2009 at 6: 03: 12 PM

    Appellate Court Butchers The Siegelman Ruling

  • I hope you will join me in celebrating the launch of The Public Record, a nonprofit, online political magazine that promises In-Depth, Incisive, Independent Reporting.

    Introducing The Public Record - A Real News Magazine

  • Apax has adopted a buy-and-build strategy with Incisive acquiring and bolting on the business-publishing unit of media group VNU (itself private-equity owned after a 2006 buyout valued at €8.7 billion) and American Lawyer Media.

    Deal Firms Retain Taste for Media

  • The Reed sale could look attractive to Incisive Media, a business-to-business publisher owned by private-equity firm Apax, but the range of titles may be more diversified than Apax has shown an appetite for in the past, said Reed Phillips, managing partner at media investment banking firm DeSilva + Phillips.

    Reed Buys ChoicePoint,

  • Incisive she might be, but Barbara Hulteen was a pleasant-faced, brown-haired woman with a polite smile, a good head shorter than either Chelsa or me.


  • Incisive and harsh, with scarcely a trace of the musical tones she recollected so well, as was Johnson's voice, it deceived the Girl not an instant.

    The Girl of the Golden West


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  • The Definition is:

    -(of a person or mental process) intelligently analytical and clear-thinking.

    -(of an account) accurate and sharply focused.

    (according to Oxford Dictionaries)

    Hope I helped!

    December 20, 2015