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The more the monks fought, the more proficient they became as fighters, and the more their fame grew.
Despite their challenge, many become proficient at geometry, stats and computer programming.
Seeing that you all are obviously so proficient in drug and narcotic detection, you must also excel at search and rescue.
Individual brain training games don't make you smarter-they make you more proficient at the brain training games.
He worked as a highly proficient grinder of lenses for telescopes and microscopes while pursuing his philosophical interests.
Our world is, thanks to these begrudged tax dollars, more tactically proficient at any given time than theirs.
He had been proficient at sports, playing baseball and basketball, and he'd been a drummer.
On the fourth day, both groups were tested on how proficient they had become at identifying the orientation of the diagonal bars.
He was proficient with bow and arrow, and entertained the crowd by shooting at a target.

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