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Dennis Conner then lured me away to be involved in America’s Cup effort as the tactician on his ‘B’ boat.
As a young officer, Cavazos became one of the most decorated soldiers of the Korean War and was recognized as a superb leader and battlefield tactician.
But Arévalo is making clear that there’s more than one fighter with heart in the House District 116 race, while Martinez Fischer at his best is less a slugger than a tactician with a stiletto.
How does a world-class (?) team, managed by a world-class (?) tactician suffer such an improbable upset?
That would mean that law enforcement would regain the leverage of having had probable cause to raid Barnes’ properties — and thus get a second bite at the apple, as legal tacticians say.
Why President Trump Ignites Gregg Popovich (Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN.com) Popovich, the NBA’s curmudgeonly genius, as tactician, teacher, policy wonk … and commander in chief?
In short, Shanahan is a deft tactician, which brings me hope because football is a three-dimensional chess game at the NFL level.
He’s built a staff of excellent tacticians – like Diaz and defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski – and supplemented it with top-tier recruiters like Banda and Rumph.
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Definition of tactician for English Language Learners
: someone who is good at making plans in order to achieve particular goals
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