- r with competence; in a competent capable manner
- There was young Julia Drumm who played capably on the flute; wiry Jeannette Scheerer who understands a clarinet; Tympanist Muriel Watson who practices on boards at home because .
- For all the talk of the Internet's threat to authoritarian regimes, China's Communist Party has capably rebuffed the Web's challenge to its rule.
- He can as capably bathe a scene in heavenly light as in HIV-tainted blood.
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- Photos: Dawes @ 9:30 Club
Playing a sold-out show at the 9:30 Club could terrify a young band. But last night, Dawes proved that it's got an old enough soul to capably handle the task.
June 20, 2013 - Washington City Paper
- The mighty Two Gallants surprisingly offer something for everyone at the Social
Vocalist Adam Stephens capably transitions between introverted ballads and dramatic metal flares, communicating his romantic, albeit death-obsessed, themes and painting pictures of girls with “graveyard hips” and kissing a mouth with “decaying teeth.”
June 16, 2013 - Orlando Weekly
- Tommy Amaker in ESPN
We didn't play as capably as I thought we could,Michigan coach Tommy Amaker said. "I think we were a little nervous. Our older guys were trying to make things happen, and I felt we were pressing a little bit. The main thing is, you have to...
- Eliot Spitzer in Washington Post
New Yorkers know first hand how effective Hillary is as a leader, which is why her support runs deep in this state,Spitzer said Tuesday. "As senator she has capably represented New Yorkers and together with countless other supporters I...
- Rod Thorn in SI.com
He performed capably for us in the recent summer league, and we feel he can potentially add depth to our backcourt,Nets president Rod Thorn said.