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1hábilmentecon mucha habilidad
- Fortunately, the writers are ably assisted by Michael Lark, one of the finest character artists in comics today.
- Jimmy was ably assisted on the day by Tyrone Power, best man, James Walsh, and Stuart Murray.
- On this particular hike he was ably assisted by hike leaders Calvin Crawford and Leon Rougier.
- He was ably assisted by his partner Michael Togher who notched up a goal and a point.
- It takes a brave man to argue that empire is good, but Niall Ferguson ably and admirably makes the case.
- Her smile reflected the completeness of her happiness and ably communicated the effect of Robert's kind gesture.
- His team colleagues, ably captained by Robbie Powell, covered very well and registered their best points tally of the season.
- However, the quality of this single is in no doubt and it was ably supported by what was unquestionably, for me, the best video of the year.
- The president has ably led us through the uncertain days following the worst attack on our country in modern times.
- Rathnew full back Mark Coffey had a smashing first half, ably fronted all through by Stephen Byrne.
- Annabel James deserved credit for a tight bowling display, ably backing up the more experienced Hughes and Jones.
- He was the driving force upfront, and was ably supported by the willing Richard Pugh, Duncan Jones and Ryan Jones.
- She was ably supported by Charlotte Dixon, Amie Whetstone, Jennifer Griffiths and Rachel Hsu.
- Those four athletes are ably backed up by Rose Tully, Tanya McHale and Olivia Flannery.
- He was ably substituted by chief organiser Kathleen Nerney in the afternoon.
- Mr Luff was thanked for answering all questions put to him so ably.
- He was ably supported by his partner who was quite happy to play second fiddle, taking 47 balls for his five runs.
- Every part in this production was well cast, and each actor plays his or her role ably.
- Be that as it may, I am now ably positioned to inform you that dancing is not necessarily good for the body.
- Based on the Greek legend of Theseus trying to catch and slay the Minotaur, this is a wonderful story ably told.
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