The latest diversification of their revenue stream is but another example of pirates adapting their tactics.
A powerful nation can sometimes choose the place of its battles, weapons, tactics, but it cannot decide what people remember.
True, the Taliban is surging in Afghanistan, but the Taliban is not Al-Qaeda, even if they sometimes agreed on tactics.
Their tactics were vintage al Qaeda: multiple suicide bombers and car bombs with fighters prepared to fight until killed.
Sesame Street has employed a lot of tactics to teach letters, but Gervais employs the greatest power of all: his celebrity status.
The hunter's instincts, the hunter's tactics were theirs, and no hunter comes out into the open if he can help it.
The commander changed his tactics just slightly with the third man.
Presently the stallion was attacked in the rear, and a vigorous lashing from a strong arm made him alter his tactics.
An extensive employer of labour himself, he knew how to cope with its tactics.
She was gaining the victory again, and he changed his tactics.
1620s, from Modern Latin tactica (17c.), from Greek taktike techne "art of arrangement," noun use of fem. of taktikos "of or pertaining to arrangement," especially "tactics in war," adjective to taxis "order," verbal noun of tassein "arrange," from PIE root *tag- "to set aright."
1766, from Modern Latin tactica, from Greek taktike (tekhne) "(art of) arrangement," from fem. of taktikos (see tactics). Earlier it meant "a tactician" (1630s), and was in use as an adjective meaning "tactical" (c.1600).