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TACTICTi Amo Con Tutto Il Cuore (Italian: I Love You With All My Heart)
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The tactics of great captains on land and sea can be infinitely discussed.
At my words the others of the first line, who had been interested spectators of my tactics, seized upon great boulders or bits of rock, whichever came first to their hands, and, without, waiting for a command from Gr-gr-gr, deluged the terrified cave men with a perfect avalanche of stone.
You have seen that you were beaten soundly at your old tactics of strike and boycott," Ernest urged.
No matter what you do under your old tactics, you are doomed to defeat, if for no other reason because the masters control the courts.
Thereupon the birds changed their tactics, and by common consent soared above the balloon.
With respect to hard tactics, the decision context provides the basis on which the tactic may be termed as hard or not.
If the Intelligence Warfighting Function (IWfF) fails to properly visualize, describe, and predict enemy tactics in time and space, it will become irrelevant to the operational force.
I submit that speakers who cry foul pressure opponents to repair or abandon questionable tactics by making a norm determinate, and by making manifest the badness of the tactic and that the speaker is exercising forbearance.
2) the higher the net utility of a given tactic is, the higher the 'desired' (preferred) frequency of using this tactic.
Target compliance is therefore attributed to the tactic rather than to the volition of the target.
I did a lot of negotiating with many different people from around the world with many different offensive and defensive negotiating tactics.