- n skillful performance or ability without difficulty
- Without DeLay's deftness as the Hammer, Bush could have lost battles over the energy bill, the establishment of a new Medicare prescription-drug benefit and the Central American .
- During the tour, he gave an indication of his early deftness at the political game when he showed off a picture of his wife, Christine, and their daughter, Danielle, with .
- After Buna, Eichelberger trained troops in Australia until he got back into action again at Hollandia, took the vital New Guinea port with deftness and speed.
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- Richard B Fisher in Sydney Morning Herald
Separately yesterday, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher said in a Dallas speech that policy makers must shrink the balance sheet with the "deftness to minimize credit-market disruptions and the timeliness to avoid inflationary pressures."
- Charles Bass in The Moderate Voice
The word I heard was 'deftness,'Bass said. "That suggests an ability to work bi-laterally with other nations, not unilaterally."
- Clive Owen in Sassyqarla Entertainment Blog Site
She's the best at playing this kind of material,says Clive of Julia. "She's got a deftness and a lightness of touch and an ease. She was far and away the choice for us."