"No mention of that local hunt, Watson," said Holmes with a mischievous smile, "but a country doctor, as you very astutely
It is important that the area is managed astutely
and with skill.
India have won both ways in their first two matches, expertly pulling off a chase in their tournament opener against South Africa before astutely
defending a 350-plus total against Australia.
Presiding over the 122nd meeting of the Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) on Tuesday, the minister said the country has plenty of indigenous and natural resources, which if utilised astutely
, affordable electricity can be generated to bring sustainability in the system for many decades to come.
Described by United as 'an athletic performer who passes the ball accurately and astutely
', the 16-year-old initially joined the club as an under-15s schoolboy following a spell at Real Colorado.
Or, as Vincent Browne astutely
pointed out on Twitter, will Fine Gael now take similar measures against the UK over the role of British spies in the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings?
NNA - "Loyalty to Resistance" bloc on Thursday maintained that Hizbullah continues under 'army, people and resistance" tripartite equation to astutely
assume its responsibilities in the face of any threat against Lebanon.
TVFR takes the breakneck action, hyper-occult imagery and space-age weaponry of the recent series reboot and builds an entirely new battleground just for virtual reality players, a commitment that pays off in the remarkably accurate aiming system, intuitive weapon setup and astutely
This year's State of World Population focuses on inequality, astutely
expanding the inquiry from income to gender and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
hit back: "There's probably someone 20 stone who is judging me online, so I just ignore it."
The film is nevertheless an important and deeply provocative political drama that astutely
scrutinizes the US government's classified data gathering, and the ethical issues surrounding it.
I REFER to the letter in yesterday's Daily Post by Kathy Coutanche of Capel Curig, who is quite rightly drawing attention to the curious call by Janet Finch-Saunders AM for a freeze in Council Tax, and Ms Coutanche astutely
shows her past record on this whilst she was a councillor in CCBC.