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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishartistryart‧ist‧ry /ˈɑːtəstri $ ˈɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  GOOD ATskill in a particular artistic activity the artistry of dance
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artistryHis ingenuity and artistry never ceased to intrigue the others.All serve it with total dedication and complete artistry.It was seldom spectacular, lacking the Van Gogh-like, wild-eyed artistry of Cunningham, but it worked.It broke out of its tea-party and caste-system mold on Saturday, rewarding hunger and perseverance, as well as graceful artistry.On the other hand, individual artistry is likely to be enhanced by an increased consciousness of craft.How touching it was that Maman should embody such artistry and so simple a heart!Superior artistry is not sufficient explanation; there was something else.The band's solos are displays of true artistry.
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