While Bernard Gunderson was known as an astute businessman with a knack for good timing, Phillips said that above all, he lived a quiet, principled life.
The deal allies the bank with a billionaire investor known as an astute judge of value, who emerged during the financial crisis as an outspoken advocate of investing in America's future.
By the end of the evening I found myself recalling the astute diagnosis of a friend: "He doesn't just speak fluent German; he speaks fluent Western, too."
Most so-called astute mortgage shoppers think they should call around to shop rates.
Had Eustache been more astute, that is to say, less greedy, he would have waited, and not till they had returned to the University, to Maître Andry Musniers house in the Rue Madame-la-Valence, and he had put the two arms of the Seine and the five bridges of the city between the Rat-Hole and the cake, would he have hazarded this question.
He even called the astute Terrapin a humbug, and toward midnight grew quarrelsome.
 Ryland street recalls the astute and able secretary and adviser to many Governors, the Hon.
While the controlling Kwok family are known as astute investors, veering so clearly away from a core business is usually a red flag.
While his supporters would characterize him as "astute" and his critics as "devious," few could reasonably disagree that Fowler was the main mover in the APA for the fifteen years leading up to the torture debacle.
And only someone who calls himself "astute" could take a comment in a blog out of context.