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  • The fact of Madame Olenska’s "foreignness" could hardly have been more adroitly emphasised than by this farewell tribute; and Mrs. van der Luyden accepted her displacement with an affability which left no doubt as to her approval.
  • It would be, you know, dear," she added with an innocent adroitness, "in Madame Olenska’s interest if you did."

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  • She is an exceptionally adroit pianist.
  • an adroit technician

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