- r with adroitness; in an adroit manner
he handled the situation adroitly
- Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Bill Maher and Keith Olbermann are digging into our direst forebodings so adroitly and intensely that we may want to cry, "Stop tickling!".
- Look at the e-mail client, which handles attachments, in-line images, HTML e-mails as adroitly as a desktop client.
- Although Mish (aka Mike Shedlock) is not an economist by training, he adroitly gets into the thick of economic data.
News & Articles
- Chris Froome wins 100th Tour de France
Chris Froome won the 100th Tour de France today, having dominated rivals over three weeks on the road and adroitly dealt with doping suspicions off it.
July 24, 2013 - Detroit Free Press
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- Chris Froome, British rider who won 2013 Tour de France (100th annual) on Sunday, and who dominated rivals over three weeks on the road and adroitly dealt with doping suspicions off it.
July 23, 2013 - Juneau Empire
- Chris Froome wins the 100th Tour de France
Chris Froome won the 100th Tour de France on Sunday, having dominated rivals over three weeks on the road and adroitly dealt with doping suspicions off it.
July 21, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
- Rick Perry in Dallas Morning News (registration)
We all have our concerns about the rising costs of living in this world today,Mr. Perry said. "In the area of higher education, we have very appropriately and adroitly focused on how to best impact those costs, spread them out so that more...
- Brad Anderson in Die Welt
We have every confidence in Jim serving in this interim role. He has adroitly managed our accounting, investor relations and tax functions for the past year, on top of reshaping our cost structure and supporting our US business,said Anderson.
- Norman Ornstein in San Jose Mercury News
Boxer adroitly stepped aside at various times,said Ornstein, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank. "I hesitate to call it maturation, because she has been in Congress awhile, but she has...