Although the attack was adroit - and enjoyable to read - its arguments are not convincing.
With an adroit and intelligent adaptation, Ruiz has forced us to reflect on how we make our own lives into stories, and how we tell them to ourselves.
The adroit and intelligent use of other men's work, says Prodwit, ‘leads to public applause and adequate remuneration.’
Her poetry displays an adroit mastery of simple language and an eye for the fine threads woven into ordinary lives.
Akin to an artist to his canvas, he plays with an adroit cunning that is matchless to his peers.
The series was also notable for the wonderfully adroit way it visually mixed the father's past and present, and segued from one to the other.
In the end, then, Shaw's greatest skill turned out to be not in adroit plot construction, but in creating good roles for actors.
He was a self-taught musician and the beauty of his compositions lies in the adroit mix of folk, Indian classical and western classical music.
Shakespeare, socially adroit and professionally gifted, would have been well placed to make his big career move into the Chamberlain's Men.
Again the Chilingirian chose a very fast tempo, which required the first violin especially to be extremely adroit .