The Dublin-based Irish-Italian combo - notable for their tight harmonies, dextrous
songwriting and exciting live performances have been heaped with high praise from those in the know since the release of their debut album.
Graverobber is a force that dominates the album, her voice forceful and dextrous
, her phrasing sharp and whimsical.
This provides the ultimate example of dextrous
manipulation," Melchiorri said.
Yet somehow, with dextrous
wizardry, but without a swirling cape, Osborne seemed, with regular waves of his hands and high-speed patter, to conjure millions, if not billions, of pounds out of thin air.
THE man considered to be the UK's most dextrous
protagonist of the mandolin has assembled a band to celebrate the dawn of a new age for the instrument - and they're coming to a venue near you.
Which bird has shown itself to be almost as dextrous
as a chimpanzee?
At the heart of generally exuberant and dextrous
proceedings was a showcase triptych by the 20th century Parisian Gabriel Pierne, a lesser known contemporary of Widor and Vierne, but with a brilliance to match.
With its jolly bricolage of climbing and swinging apparatus, this new enclosure by Iredale Pedersen Hook might look like a children's playground, but is intended to create a stimulating (and robust) environment for highly intelligent and physically dextrous
The Derby might once have been the aim for Dextrous
, who, when with Henry Cecil, ran third to Mubtaker as 11-8 favourite in a Newbury juvenile maiden.
The acting may be necessarily wooden but it's amazing how dextrous
the puppets are while dancing, swimming and fighting.
These ships include the USS Cardinal, USS Ardent, USS Dextrous
, USS Raven and USNS Catawba.
From classic comedy to cinema icons, the dextrous
duo also take on the dashing and elegant forms of Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.