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Nor does this command of minute detail in any sense bar the way to an equal mastery of broad, general effects.
We have a mastery over our selves and our environments that is peculiar to our species.
It even has a chapter on the changes that occur in the brain during practice and mastery.
Once it no longer holds such a strong charge, having managed the problem will instill a sense of mastery.
The path to mastery is influenced by genes, but has more environmental variance.
The problem is not the drift to mechanism but the drive to mastery.
They both had a complete mastery and ownership of their craft, and their genius was making it all appear so effortless.
But first must come the recognition of a certain admirable mastery and the perception of some benefit in recognizing it.
The mastery of the turn is the story of how aviation became practical as a means of transportation.
One was a new appreciation for his mastery of campaigning.
Even so, the well-crafted prose conveys mastery of the subject without lapsing into jargon.
The new mastery is a mastery of the ambiguous, the unexpected, of conflicting evidence and semantic audacity.
The road and the stream were battling for mastery, and the stream had the better of it.
Your mastery and kindness in dealing with a lot of stuff was helpful.
Your main mastery and kindness in touching all areas was helpful.
Your own personal mastery and kindness in controlling all the details was valuable.
What was notable in all the writing, above and beyond a mastery of language and of storytelling, was a palpable sense of ambition.
He was in his twenties, and his musical skills were mostly non-traditional: mastery of turntables and samplers.
Your primary mastery and kindness in handling a lot of stuff was priceless.
But until one achieves that level of mastery, the formulae encountered are mathematically elegant and simple.
There are possibilities enough for all who will abandon mastery over others to pursue mastery over nature.
No one could enter the charmed circle of his friendship without feeling the mastery of his personality.
He shows the same mastery in his delineation of the hidden germs of feeling as of those of sensation.
He first showed complete mastery of verse in the field of satire.
Get the mastery, then, over that of which thou art sensible within.
It is altogether probable that the author's early training as a playwright helped him to an easy mastery of narrative form.
The road and the stream were battling for mastery, and the stream had the better of it.
Neither his grip upon his subject nor his technical mastery yet avail to make these felt otherwise than as digressions.
He must, by custom and repeated exercise of self-mastery, get his nerves thoroughly under control.
It's in the course of research that historians firm up their mastery of languages and research methods, archives, and arguments.
When things go well you experience a sense of mastery and control.
Mastery of the flick-and-tap is indistinguishable from magic.
Hip hop artists took transmitters and turned them into production units, which required a lot of technical mastery.
The ultimate purpose is the complete mastery of mind over the material world, the harnessing of human nature to human needs.
He will find the long anguished step toward its mastery.
Use the stair-step approach, which means getting plenty of practical experience at each level of mastery.
Digital projection requires no such mastery: the projectionist simply double-clicks a file name on a computer.
Part of the explanation is simply a mastery of detail.
Outstanding leadership is developed by citizens who learn and master technical, job specific knowledge and skills mastery.
What makes these creations so winning is their exuberance not skilful mastery of technique or sophisticated drawing.
The mastery of the physical environment by manual labor is the province of the uneducated.
No one can rival their mastery of the properties of wool.
Her mastery of the arts of politics, however, is much less impressive.
At no stage in the last three years have they demonstrate a mastery of events.
His debate performances this week displayed not a mastery of the issues, or any particularly novel policy proposals, but anger.
Selling the excess, particularly to a public that would rather not gain weight, requires mastery in two areas.
The border between corruption and mastery in politics is dim.
First off, you can't deny the technical and choreographic mastery of the execution here.
No artist before him, and none of his contemporaries, ever matched his complete mastery of the drawing medium.
Their reputation of technological mastery was enhanced once again.
Performance in education means the mastery of both knowledge and skills.
What you will need to show is mastery of literacy, current affairs and stellar research skills.

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