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  • n  a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation

  • The German tennis star, was idolized by men for his athletic prowess and by women for his devilish good looks.
  • The new CEO has no significant technology experience and is known in the industry mainly for his budgetary prowess and management skills.
  • No doubt because of my (persuasive) prowess and Arianna's intellectual openness, she switched, becoming a lefty.
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  • John McCain in guardian.co.uk
    I've been a very big fight fan, I was a mediocre boxer myself,McCain, R-Ariz., said in a telephone interview. "I had admired Jack Johnson's prowess in the ring. And the more I found out about him, the more I thought a grave injustice was...
  • Danny Ainge in SI.com
    Kevin Garnett is a great player in our league, with a fierce and competitive spirit, who brings offensive scoring prowess and a defensive presence to our team,Ainge said. "The players we're trading to Minnesota have bright futures in the...
  • Samuel Gompers in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    In addressing the special nature of the holiday, Samuel Gompers, founder and longtime president of the American Federation of Labor, said: "All other holidays are in a more or less degree connected with conflicts and battles of man's prowess over...

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