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  • r  in a coherent manner
    she could not talk coherently after the accident
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  • Document Control Lead
    Communication Skills: Superb communication skills is a requirement. Must be able to converse and convey ideas, facts and issues clearly, accurately, coherently and professionally to a diverse project team.
    July 2, 2013 - Rigzone

  • James MacGregor Burns in Forbes
    Presidential historian James MacGregor Burns, whose 1978 book "Leadership" is widely admired and studied, wrote that a "transformational leader stands on the shoulders of his followers, expressing coherently those ideas which lie inchoate in the...
  • Tony Blair in European Jewish Press
    In this the year of the 200th anniversary of the Abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, we in CARICOM must pursue coherently and in a focused, not episodic, way, the legitimate demand for a full apology and reparations from the Europeans for... Ralph Gonsalves Caribbean Net News Feb 12, 2007 19268 26981 coherently In an interview with Haaretz newspaper, Tony Blair, the Mideast Quartet's envoy, said that here won't be a Palestinian state unless it is coherently governed and run, and anyone who tells you different is misleading you."

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