(1) As Cavani was shunted of the ball, it broke to Suarez, who aimed a quick-witted toe-poke at the bottom corner from 15 yards, only to be denied by Buffon, who showed tremendous agility to plunge to his right and tip it around the post!
(2) The destruction of climate science expertise in Australia’s premier research organisation is not clever, innovative, or agile.
(3) "She's very agile as a performer, and is able to deliver again and again so it's a very joyful watch."
(4) Joe Roberson, a digital consultant who co-managed Innovation Labs believes the charity sector is still a far way behind other sectors when it comes to developing apps and this is due to a lack of understanding of how business and lean or agile design thinking can help them move forward digitally.
(5) Therefore it is reasonable to consider the described model as a simple, agile and economic instrument adaptable to other cases, although still to be perfected.
(6) Paul Golby, chief executive of E.ON in Britain, said: "We had to undertake a deep and rigorous review of how much money we spend in order to ensure we keep costs as low as possible for our customers, become a more agile organisation and build a sustainable business in the UK.
(7) A spokesman for the producers said viewers of the semi-final had seen that winner Jules O’Dwyer’s act involved several dogs who participated alongside Matisse to help perform her “unique mixture of dog agility and storytelling”.
(8) Now, I think that Corbyn’s parliamentary and political past is integral both to his appeal and his problems and, as a phenomenon, he’s quite different to Podemos , who are agile and flexible.
(9) By streamlining its governance, the Premier League was more agile than its predecessors.
(10) New site-specific endonucleases LplI and AagI have been isolated from the Lactobacillus plantarum and Achromobacter agile cells, respectively.
(11) It is a compelling argument, which – as the referendum that will make or break him looms – Mr Cameron should be agile enough to make.
(12) Act more like a lobby group – an insider rather than outsider – recruit people of influence inside the chamber to support your bill, have a fantastic website and a responsive, well-managed Facebook page, invest in research and polling, make story-telling central to your message, be bipartisan, make friends with corporate Australia, and have a movement that is agile but built for endurance.
(13) The Home Office regards “operational agility” and problems of setting a precedent for judicial involvement in executive decisions as main considerations in the new regime.
(14) "Malcolm was a fantastic raconteur, with a brilliant and agile creative mind.
(15) The group of public-minded cybersecurity volunteers proposed a “hippocratic oath” for connected medical devices last week, suggesting that manufacturers of the devices (which pose tempting targets and can cause huge personal suffering if hacked) abide by a set of principles including supporting “prompt, agile and secure updates” and working with third-party researchers to ensure potential security issues can be safely reported.
(16) But although some surgeons stop operating as they get older, aware that they are not physically as agile or alert as they once were, nobody knew how long their period of excellence lasted.
(17) The developer promised “more varied gameplay” and a greater degree of experimentation on this sequel (the opportunity to take safer, longer routes for example, in favour of the quicker, more perilous options) but the same projectile-like sense of agility and rapidity that defined the original seems to have been retained.
(18) The remaining four Baltic Sea species, "A. agile," "A. kieliense," "A. luteum," and "A. sanguineum," could not be placed in the new subdivision of Agrobacterium.
(19) The world is full of savvy, agile competitors who know quality makes a difference."
(20) Labor sources say Turnbull’s talk about “agility” and “innovation” goes down like a lead balloon in these electorates.
(adv.) In a nimble manner; with agility; with light, quick motion.
(1) Van Persie's knee injury meant that Mata could work in tandem with the delightfully nimble Kagawa, starting for the first time since 22 January.
(2) By running a nimble, creative campaign with a youthful staff we connected with those who were new to the Labour party, new to campaigning and often new to politics.
(3) Photograph: Panagiotis Moschandreou for the Guardian The vast majority are Bangladeshis because fruit firms have discovered that they are nimble and can fill crates the most quickly.
(4) He practises two hours a day on his guitar, often just going up and down the scales, playing jazz, keeping his fingers nimble.
(5) Elfin and nimble, Clare had seemingly boundless energy.
(6) The gold was taken by the popular Puch, who performed a nimble routine to Mozart on his horse, Fine Feeling.
(7) Being largely free of credit cards, e-banking and the other “legacy issues” of a paper money system makes them “more nimble” and more open to adopt a different approach.
(8) In truth, however, Marriner's 13th dismissal – that of Ryan Shawcross for twice being outfoxed by more nimble-footed opponents either side of the interval – merely galvanized Stoke.
(9) That would allow them to select Fluker – a 339lbs bulldozer who could start from day one at right tackle, but lacks the nimble feet required to protect a quarterback's blind-side.
(10) Yellen agrees that the size of the Fed's balance sheet is unprecedented today, before nimbly suggesting Milton Friedman as another economist who'd considered the merits of a central bank acting in this way.
(11) This new chapter in American foreign policy will allow us to redirect some of the resources saved by ending these wars to respond more nimbly to the changing threat of terrorism, while addressing a broader set of priorities around the globe,” Obama told reporters on Tuesday after announcing his troop withdrawal timetable for Afghanistan .
(12) As shadow chancellor, while many commentators were patronising him as "Boy George", he used this feel for the game of politics, and his needling, nimble Commons style, to steadily undermine chancellor Brown, who had previously seemed impregnable to Tory attack.
(13) Liverpool go off with a well deserved one-goal lead, courtesy of Daniel Sturridges nimble footwork and splendid finish.
(14) As Shallow, he “pecks at the lines, nibbles at them like a parrot biting on a nut; for all his age, he darts here and there nimbly enough, even skittishly: forgetting nothing, not even the pleasure of Falstaff’s page, that ‘little tiny thief’.” But if Tynan was enamoured of Olivier, he was also alert to the miniaturist precision of Alec Guinness.
(15) Zoom's speech is nimble enough and there's a shot of performance director of British Cycling and the general manager of Team Sky, Dave Brailsford, who for my money, should win Coach of the Year.
(16) A last-minute compromise and some nimble legal footwork gives the chance to repeat the talks next year, but sets no timetable for a deal.
(17) In a Soho record shop, Alfie Allen flicks through the racks of vinyl with nimble fingers.
(18) The first single, Slow Slow, features a tumble of words over cool jazzy guitar chords, video game bleeps, nimble bass and splashy drums, plus a sample of Run DMC circa Peter Piper.
(19) David Lewis (@DG_Lewis) If Blaise does go, look forward to how it's presented + how nimbly Paris and Washington dance around usage of word 'coup' #BurkinaFaso October 30, 2014 Imad Mesdoua (@ImadMesdoua) #Burkina - COS General Honore #Traore still not spoken because of a reported "disagreement" between him and General Kwame #Lougue #Lwili October 30, 2014 Authorities at Dakar airport have also apparently confirmed that Compaoré arrived in Senegal this afternoon after fleeing the country.
(20) MEP (Spanish acronym for Perceptive-stimulative Model) is a visual test whose nimble and simple administration is apt for both individual and group studies.