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Weighing in at just about five pounds, this extraordinarily lightweight yet mighty canister vac cleans floors, stairs, furniture, ceiling fans, bookshelves, curtains, light fixtures, and more with a precision set of detailing tools.

With two different fiber lengths, silk edging, and a plush weave, these cloths are ideal for car detailing.

The Los Angeles Times has published a primer detailing why the union’s 150,000 members are on the verge of a walkout — better pay and benefits, better hours — and the likelihood of a strike.

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My test vehicle, for example, was $450,000—including $20,000 for a trendy detailing package.

The Vintage tote’s mid-century modern inspired designs and leather detailing made me feel like I could be going on a day trip or even to the airport with it, even though I was just headed to the park two blocks away with a bunch of cubed watermelon.

Bowman had just written an op-ed for TheWashington Post detailing alleged sexual assaults by Cosby in the mid-1980s.

Now, Thorne is out with a new diagram-heavy, 300-page book detailing how he shaped the science that powers the movie.

Now, Cooke is out with a memoir detailing his time with the rocker.

Biden showed a brief film detailing the story of female marines working with women in Afghanistan.

On many levels, fewer things than science—in detailing where we came from, what we are, how we function—are more human.

We engaged the guards in pleasant conversation, detailing incidents of the war.

The unfortunate boy whose history I am detailing finally became a proverb in his native town.

Once aboard and before they reached the Ranty he was detailing answers to some of Davy's questions.

Q were groaning on the ground, and the Captain was detailing men to carry them back to where the Surgeon had established himself.

I can lay claim to scrupulous exactness both in detailing facts and in reporting the remarks of others.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to detailing, such as: concert, musical, presentation, reading, recitation, and rehearsal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.