In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(expertise, skill)maestría femininemasculine dominiothe mastery of Andrés Segovia — la maestría de Andrés Segovia
- His quest for knowledge and mastery extends beyond the proper way to run a slant pattern, although he could tell you that, step by step.
- This narrative voice challenges our desire for mastery of knowledge.
- You can move people from the basic level of just knowing how to do something to real mastery of the subject.
- A good article requires mastery of the subject and research, so does lecturing.
- This demonstrates how dichotomous scoring cannot reward students for less than full knowledge or mastery of the content area.
- Over a number of crucial commands he has displayed technical mastery and an exceptional ability to command and lead effectively.
- By using this example, I do not mean to suggest that mastery of technical skill is not important, only that it is not sufficient.
- Yet, accomplished mastery of all the knowledge and techniques important to preaching may not make the preacher successful.
- A craftsman must be master of his tools, and mastery is impossible without intimate knowledge.
- It would be good if there were more people with real mastery of other subjects.
- Thus, additional practice and greater skill mastery is recommended in preparation for night diving activities.
- I have discovered it is the lack of mastery of these important subjects that tends to haunt a student throughout musical study.
- Their enthusiastic presentation demonstrated their mastery of the subject and of the skills necessary to execute their projects.
- It's purity and balanced design reveals Gill's mastery and understanding of classic letterforms.
- You resolve business and professional matters effortlessly with mastery and expertise.
- Then, you'll be able to convert that knowledge into the total mastery of your machine.
- Our professional mastery of aerospace power, our knowledge and doctrine create an advantage that is not easily eroded.
- It also calls for questions that test the mastery of specific knowledge, skill, or ability statements.
- The multiple-choice questions do not give the opportunity for the student to convey his mastery on the subject.
- Yet mastery of some knowledge and the art of control is the secret of success.
- Narcissism and narcissistic identification both involve phantasies of power, omnipotence, mastery and control.
- The reason, argue two recent books, is that the developed world's technical mastery over water has led to a false sense of security.
- He wanted obedience and he wanted mastery over the boy.
- The excitement comes from its depiction of mastery over the void, made possible by the invention of a new skin - the space suit.
- The development of agriculture allowed for our increasing mastery over nature.
- Achieve mastery over your body by identifying with your soul.
- The third section tells how one gains mastery over natural forces through thought control.
- It's a humbling thought that we may have mastery over the land, but the majority of the Earth is a realm where no human can tread…
- Thus, these are terms applied to the geographic extent of achieving zero incidence, not to the degree of our mastery over the pathogen.
- Those are the people that want to control you and have mastery over the way that you think.
- And the free market is a useful servant, but when it claims total mastery over human life, we know what the consequences are.
- He sat in silence while the soldiers enjoyed themselves; he had enough mastery over himself to not act rashly.
- The pioneer legend had asserted human mastery over nature; ‘wilderness’ asserted the moral claim of nature over humans.
- The calmness combined with the mask's ability gave him an unprecedented level of power and mastery over the stones.
- The practice of Yoga is more or less physical in nature, through chanting, breathing and other exercises one tries to achieve physical mastery over the body.
- Only one other of his bloodline had ever tried to gain mastery over the artifact, and had been condemned for his impertinence.
- Every inhabitant of the city, however great or humble, seeks to achieve some measure of mastery over it.
- But on the whole, in the ancient world, mastery over nature was not a plausible goal of inquiry.
- He is seated on a tiger skin, a symbol of power, showing his mastery over the animal world.
- A discipline and some mastery over one's own mood are indispensable.
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