sagaciously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- A quick visit to the official website of the Rumtek Dharma Chakra Centre, one of Sikkim's main religious destinations, will let you expound sagaciously about the turquoise and .
- Local opinion held that His Highness has thus sagaciously improved upon the traditional ritual of worshiping the power of Transportation by bowing down before an elephant.
- Thus the last general election in the United Kingdom was sagaciously sprung by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin at what he correctly judged to be just the right moment for his .
News & Articles
- Detroit Jazz Festival 2013
Summing up the modus operandi that seemed to characterize so much of the performances at this year's Detroit Jazz Festival , one might sagaciously go with the phrase 'wild abandon.'
Sept. 17, 2013 - All About Jazz
- John Negroponte in Expressindia.com
Negroponte told Pakistani leaders that if Pakistan and India "did not act sagaciously to contain the fallout from the Mumbai carnage, the peace of the whole region would be affected", the newspaper reported.
- Pranab Mukherjee in Middle East North Africa Financial Network
(MENAFN - Arab News) Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said yesterday there is a need for the country to "unitedly, sagaciously and in the spirit of tripartite cooperation" protect itself from the "fall" of unprecedented economic...