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wizardry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwizardrywiz‧ard‧ry /ˈwɪzədri $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable]  GOOD ATIMPRESSimpressive ability at something or an impressive achievement high-speed Internet connections and other technical wizardry
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wizardryAll this graphical wizardry isn't at the expense of spreadsheet features, either.And James Clapperton's piano recital astonished - here was real keyboard wizardry.Jeu de Cartes, in particular, is nothing short of a tourdeforce or orchestral wizardry, superb engineering, and interpretative control.Many credit the company's success to Neuheisel's organizational wizardry.The set-up for the second goal was sheer wizardry.Lepage's visual magic and technical wizardry get metaphysical.This lack of technical wizardry does not seem to make a whit of difference in their lives.
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