How he did it in the year 1973 is explained by Horne in a masterly and compelling way.
How her role became more “maternal rather than marital,” and branding Hawking an “all-powerful emperor” and “masterly puppeteer.”
Ten years of sweat by Charles Graeber lead to a masterly account of a man trusted to heal who instead killed with impunity.
That remarkable man was as masterly in his scholarly recreations as in his statesmanship.
His handling of the servants of the Cunard Company during the voyage was masterly.
Woeste, a lawyer of Brussels, delivered a masterly discourse on religious communities before a full meeting of the congress.
He was fluttered and anxious, but hid it in a masterly manner.
But the whole group is masterly on the most refined principles of science.
A masterly sketch of the two theories is given at pp. 87, 88.
masterly in all things, this woman was most masterly in her cups.