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  • noun Plural form of acumen.

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Examples

  • Reading this, I could not help but to think back to former Mayor Richard Riordan's comments, some time back on KFI's John and Ken Show, in which he called out Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's fiscal policies and administrated acumens, or lack of.

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  • Reading this, I could not help but to think back to former Mayor Richard Riordan's comments, some time back on KFI's John and Ken Show, in which he called out Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's fiscal policies and administrated acumens, or lack of.

    How will the Outcome in the CD 2 Special Election, "Affect the Legacies" of these Two-Term Mayors?

  • Ironically, a great many of the Iranian-Americans have fled their native countries with substantial capital and advanced educational and professional acumens in the dire hope of living their lives peacefully in the promised-land!

    Looking Middle Eastern? You need not apply, need not travel, and so, need not exist!

  • This COO experience adds to his financial acumens and allows him to see the challenges facing the organization and provide solutions in alignment with the school's mission.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • They show more activation of nucleus acumens [the part of the brain involved in reward and pleasure], indicating they expect to get the joke, but when they don't they get more depressed. "

    SiliconIndia.com

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