skilfulness

  • 1 skilfulness — (Brit.) skil·ful·ness || skɪlfÊŠlnɪs n. proficiency, adeptness, dexterity, expertness (also skillfulness) …

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  • 2 skilfulness — skilful (also chiefly N. Amer. skillful) ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having or showing skill. DERIVATIVES skilfully adverb skilfulness noun …

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  • 3 skilfulness — noun The state or condition of being skilful …

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  • 4 skilfulness — n. Dexterity, dexterousness, expertness …

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  • 5 skilfulness — skilˈfulness or (N American) skillˈfulness noun • • • Main Entry: ↑skill …

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  • 6 Italian honorifics — These are some of the honorifics used in Italy.NobilityAs part of the republican constitution that became effective in Italy on 1 January 1948, titles of nobility ceased to be recognized in law (although they were not, strictly, abolished or… …

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  • 8 James McGowen — James Sinclair Taylor McGowen (August 16 1855 – April 7 1922) was an Australian politician and Premier of New South Wales from October 21 1910 to June 30 1913. Early life and family McGowen was the son of James McGowen, a boilermaker, and his… …

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  • 9 Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran — The Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran ( ku. Hîzbî Dêmokiratî Kurdistanî Êran) is a Kurdish opposition group in Iranian Kurdistan which seeks the attainment of Kurdish national rights within a democratic federal republic of Iran.The current… …

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  • 10 Nacho Duato — Juan Ignacio Duato Bárcia, also known as Nacho Duato (Valencia, 8 January 1957) is a Spanish modern ballet dancer and choreographer. After a long and successful career, he was selected by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education as the… …

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  • 11 Theodotus of Chios — [According to the ancient Greek biographer Plutarch ( Pompey 77.3; Brutus 33.3) Theodotus was born on the Greek isle of Chios, but according to the ancient historian Appian ( Civil Wars 2.84.354) he was born on the isle of Samos.] (died in 43 BC… …

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  • 12 skilful — skilfully, adv. skilfulness, n. /skil feuhl/, adj. Chiefly Brit. skillful. * * * …

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  • 13 Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo —     Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo     St. Augustine of Hippo (354 430) is a philosophical and theological genius of the first order, dominating, like a pyramid, antiquity and… …

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  • 14 Battle of Suoi Chau Pha — Part of the Vietnam War …

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  • 15 Psalms 78 — 1 Give ear, O my people, to my law: incline your ears to the words of my mouth. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable: I will utter dark sayings of old: 3 Which we have heard and known, and our fathers have told us. 4 We will not hide them from… …

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  • 16 skillfulness — (Amer.) n. proficiency, adeptness, dexterity, expertness (also skilfulness) …

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  • 17 skilful — (also chiefly N. Amer. skillful) adjective having or showing skill. Derivatives skilfully adverb skilfulness noun …

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  • 18 ability — n. 1. Power (to execute anything), ableness, force, potency, might, vigor, efficiency, efficacy, strength, energy, skill, skilfulness, dexterity, address, adroitness, cleverness, ingenuity, talent, aptitude, aptness, knack, expertness, facility,… …

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  • 19 capacity — n. 1. Containing power, magnitude (in reference to contents), volume, dimensions, amplitude, extent of room or space. 2. Power (of apprehension), faculty, talent, genius, gift, turn, forte, parts, brains, aptness, aptitude, discernment, wit,… …

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  • 20 dexterity — n. Skill, skilfulness, adroitness, expertness, readiness, facility, aptness, aptitude, address, quickness, cleverness, knack, ability, tact, art …

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