Artly


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Art´ly


adv.1.With art or skill.
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But Portsmouth have looked short of fitness and quality in midfield - p artly because of an injury to Lee Williamson, who has missed the last two games.
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P artly, perhaps, this was because Chelsea like to play a counter-attacking game.
P artly because it is so short, this sale suffers more than any other from the buyer apathy in the early stages that is such a feature at nearly every bloodstock auction in the British Isles.
P artly, no doubt, this is because Brentford are chasing a one-goal deficit from the first leg at Hillsborough and can be expected to have most of the possession and territorial advantage.
P artly because it is early days, and partly because of the need for confidentiality, Donoughue is not specific about the options or his group's initial reaction to them but he remarks, ``Some of the options that are superficially attractive grow a bit flaky when subjected to closer scrutiny.
P artly this was because there are now so many fixedodds firms competing for our business that there is a greater chance of one of them jumping too far out of line to get our attention.