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shrewdly

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  • r  in a shrewd manner

  • He branched out shrewdly and prodigiously, buying up a dizzying array of businesses that he stuffed into his Grupo Carso holding company.
  • Under Pius XII, Vatican money was shrewdly invested in stocks and real estate, and the capital has multiplied manyfold.
  • AF shrewdly understands that teens want to belong, and has captured their dollars by making sure they want to belong to the beautiful, exclusive world that the Abercrombie image .
News & Articles

  • Movie review: 'Elysium'
    In "Elysium," Neill Blomkamp's shrewdly revved-up and exciting dystopian thriller, Matt Damon's character, Max, spends most of the movie with a spidery black-metal exoskeleton implanted in his skull and spine.
    Aug. 9, 2013 - CNN
  • Movie review: Matt Damon makes 'Elysium' work
    In "Elysium," Neill Blomkamp's shrewdly revved-up and exciting dystopian thriller, Matt Damon's character, Max, spends most of the movie with a spidery black-metal exoskeleton implanted in his skull and spine.
    Aug. 9, 2013 - CNN
  • 'Elysium': EW movie review
    In Elysium , Neill Blomkamp's shrewdly revved-up and exciting dystopian thriller, Matt Damon sports a shaved head, which gives him a spooky ghost-face vibe, and his character, Max, spends most of the movie with a spidery black-metal exoskeleton implanted in his skull and spine.
    Aug. 8, 2013 - Entertainment Weekly
Quotes

  • Desmond Morton in CTV.ca
    The manipulative, media-savvy Taliban are probably thinking about that "a lot more shrewdly and with more information than will the present government," said Morton.
  • Daniel Imperato in New Age Media Concepts (press release)
    My heart goes out to President Bush, remembering that he is only our president for 5 years now and can't take the responsibility from all of the past,commented Imperato, "China has shrewdly positioned itself as a global leader, and we all...
  • David Foster in Civil Society Media
    Trust chief executive David Foster said: "By taking this bold step now the board of the Trust has shrewdly grasped the opportunity to borrow money for further investment at a time when interest rates are at a historical low and quality commercial...

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