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- adv. In an astute manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an astute manner; shrewdly; sharply; cunningly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a shrewd manner
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In 2002, McCain astutely pointed out that Bush was the first President in US history to start a war and not raise taxes to pay for it.
It has nothing to do with her being a WOMAN or Senator Obama being AFRICAN-AMERICAN, as you so 'astutely' observe in your post.
He also said he sent Ashkenazi a blog post written by Max Boot of Commentary, which he said "astutely" picked apart the erroneous information that's been floating around.
L'Avvenire reports the Pope has urged priests to use the internet "astutely".
VATICAN CITY, Jan 23, 2010 (AFP) - Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday urged priests to use the Internet "astutely" in a message for this year's World Communications Day.
Pope Benedict XVI urged priests to use the internet "astutely" and make the most of opportunities offered by modern technology.
"astutely" in a message for this year's World Communications Day.
President Obama has very kindly and very astutely given them both an opening.
He may even be too big for Sir Alex Ferguson, who so astutely nurtured Ryan Giggs.
Or, as one of our readers astutely put it, To religious pro-lifers, human dignity has its origins in our being created in the image of God.