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1. Winston Churchill, with extraordinary perspicacity, wrote at the time: Meeting an artillery attack is like catching a cricket ball.
2. Perspicacity includes selective code, selective comparing and selective combining.
3. It was a marvellous effort of perspicacity to discover that I did not love her.
4. Such a person is said to have great "perspicacity, " or perception.
5. He may own the perspicacity and persistence to catch and keep the most valuable thing.
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7. Her characteristics can be summarized in three words: perspicacity, righteousness and simplicity.
8. As an outstanding strategist, Bocheng demonstrated his perspicacity not only in directing battles but also in building a modern, regular army.
9. Being extreme, his perspicacity has no need to resort to the same things as the highbrow literati.
10. Channel 4's overseas buyers have foreseen the audience demand with their usual perspicacity.
11. But Mars's move came with perhaps the ultimate seal of approval for financial perspicacity: The acquisition was backed by the fabled investor Warren Buffett.
12. In perhaps his most provocative remarks, Jacques praises China's communist leaders for their "remarkable perspicacity ... never allowing themselves to be distracted by short-term considerations".
13. Although most familiar as the hard-riding hero of Longfellow's poem, Paul Revere's claims to historical significance rest even more on his talent as a craftsman and on his industrial perspicacity.
14. His spirit of pursuing the truth and his courage to face the reality equipped him with sharp perspicacity and insight.
15. Using an obscure word incorrectly can be deleteriousto your illusion of perspicacity.
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