Sentences with word «knack»

Knack is a Belgian (Flemish) weekly news magazine covering local news, politics, sports, business, jobs, and community events. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
Very good game overall actually, it does make me wish that those Nautilus devs (dissolved into some part of feelplus now) would create something new in line to another Lost Odyssey or Shadow Hearts: Covenant (a little more Shadow Hearts in terms of gameplay), since I really think they have a certain knack for rpgs, well, even if it was Sakaguchi's / Mist Walker's help for script in LO's primarily, but you know what I mean; I want another game.
GAMING
Age dependant changes in nutrition requirements: You ascribe stages 1 to 5 to increasing plateaus after reaching fat loss gains: Here's the knack: according to age you might end up like that (only for mainenance at about 10 — 12 % body fat!!!!)
HEALTH & FITNESS
Landscape architects are wonderful people who have the knack of making an absolutely dull bit of land into a magnificent piece of art.
JOBS
During his eight years as artistic director for Z Zegna, Sartori made his knack for storytelling clear with a handful of shows whose cinematic sweep stood out in Milan.
FASHION
Miramax was born to sibling rock concert promoters Harvey and Bob Weinstein in 1979 in Buffalo, N.Y. Named for their parents Miriam and Max, the motion picture production and distribution company flourished as the brothers developed a knack for acquiring foreign films and reworking them to suit the sensibilities of American audiences.
BUSINESS
I have quite a knack for finding comfortable pieces of clothing and this denim feels like butter on my skin.
FASHION
a knack for a adapting quickly and keen eye for design.
JOBS
While it's not unusual to have a knack for writing, the best writers have undergone university training (in addition to resume industry courses).
JOBS
Massie, who won the Pulitzer Prize for his biography of Peter the Great, writes in a vivid, novelistic style and has a knack for making larger-than-life subjects feel human.
BOOKS
You seem to have a knack for finding unique, vintage treasures.
FASHION
Kalyan, Mumbai, Maharashtra About Blog Have a knack for books?
TRAVEL
She just has a knack for putting the right pieces together to make a stunning outfit.
PARENTING
It's funny how some people have a knack for zeroing in on where you are struggling, growing, testing new waters, or finding your way.
HEALTH & FITNESS
While Facebook has a really cool knack for helping people stay in touch with each other and their lives, it takes a considerable amount of time, not only to participate, but to review what all the other people are doing.
EDUCATION
You can get your loved one's attention by sending a smile, then start sending messages to each other, and if things really knack between you, then it's appropriate to move on to live chatting.
DATING
Pearce, making a terrific writing/directing debut, has a knack for ambiguity, for toying with our expectations.
MOVIES & TV
Denise has a knack for helping adolescents understand themselves better and she can often get even the most resistant teenager to talk!
RELATIONSHIPS
For more organization tips, you can read my Home Organization 101 series, but for this post we're focusing more on decor with a function, since you may not want to fill up what little space you have with knick knacks and tchotchkes.
HOUSE & HOME
Developed a knack for motivating site crews and skillfully coordinating with subcontractors and suppliers.
JOBS
Director Mark Waters (Freaky Friday) once again displays a knack for extracting natural performances from his cast and mining golden situations from Fey's script.
MOVIES & TV
Jeeps usually have a knack for clawing onto all sorts of unusual surfaces, but rarely is one of them pavement — the SRT changes that.
AUTOMOBILES
He also has a knack for making the science very understandable and easy to put into practice, which is one of the reasons he's author of 10 New York Times best-sellers.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Karl Fairburne may not be the most appealing protagonist ever, but there's no doubt the guy has a knack for disposing of Nazis in wonderful, gruesome fashion.
GAMING
Gwen has only been blogging for a little over a month, but I love her style and knack for layering accessories.
HOUSE & HOME
And while many of the episodes slipped into the worst of Christian entertainment's tendencies (one infamous episode ended up with a character getting attacked by a forest demon after playing too much Dungeons & Dragons) the writing staff had a knack for humor and characterization, and the voice actors were top-notch.
RELIGION
For me the transfers of Lukaku and Matic have given an already strong side a big boost and we know that their manager has a knack of winning things.
SPORTS
Justly so, for he has a knack of explaining difficult concepts with unusual and entertaining ease.
SCIENCE
Big players in the payments space tend to have a knack for disrupting every market they enter.
BUSINESS
For their uncanny knack for predicting the stock market soon conveniently dovetails with his need for help on the job where he's currently caught up in a cutthroat competition for a top position with Johnny Whitefeather (Church).
MOVIES & TV
I know he's disappointed plenty of fans, but jeez, doesn't he seem to have a knack for big goals (the barca game obviously, but I also remember a nifty strike down 2-nil at west brom when last year's campaign still looked salvageable)?
SPORTS
«Gorky had a remarkable knack for camouflaging forms,» writes Anfam in the exhibit's introduction, «so that their identities hover between the recognizable and the cryptic, the refined and the convulsive.»
ART
It reminded me of Jaromir Jagr to be honest, because he had a knack of using his rump to give opposing players a little bump.
SPORTS
VW has a knack for incorperating «feel» into thier cars.
AUTOMOBILES
The Beijing-raised, London - and Mount Holyoke — educated filmmaker shares with the American Honey helmer an interest in young people at the margins, a knack for eliciting fantastic performances from amateur or under-the-radar actors, and what film critic April Wolfe described to me as a «dream-like realism.»
MOVIES & TV
Mo Clancy is known as a serial entrepreneur always with a knack for discovering emerging social movements.
HEALTH & FITNESS
You truly have a special knack for creating a warm home.
HOUSE & HOME
She has a knack for internal medicine and treating complex cases, and makes sure to always put client communication first.
PETS
Patrick started Rewild Homes out of a dedication to sustainable living and a knack for forward thinking.
ENVIRONMENT
Pinterest has a knack for producing users who happen to be female, and who also happen to love food.
SPORTS
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JOBS
Starships condenses Sid Meier's knack for turn-based strategy into a short, two-to-five hour burst of board game-esque tactics that's as satisfying as it is approachable.
MOVIES & TV
Some dogs will need a series of lessons in order to get the knack of swimming and feel safe in the water.
PETS
They may develop friends easily and have a knack for resolving issues.
RELATIONSHIPS
For his dissertation, Hansen investigated the effect of atmospheric dust on the temperature of Venus; and it may be that this early work imparted a special knack for viewing Earth's climate system as a whole.
ENVIRONMENT
No. 10 men's tennis player John Isner seems to have a knack for extraordinarily long matches.
SPORTS
Tannie Maria doesn't like the change, but soon discovers she has a knack - and a passion - for helping people.
BOOKS
Their knack for creating games with engrossing stories and
GAMING
We know that not all people have a knack for resume writing and that is why we are here!
JOBS
He is the jewel of Get Out, the best friend with all the crazy theories who somehow also has a knack for seeing things as they really are.
MOVIES & TV
Binoche has an amazing knack of versatility.
MOVIES & TV
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