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His 2018 debut, “If I Know Me,” had two exquisite hit singles, the lonesome “Whiskey Glasses” and the lonesomer “Chasin’ You.”
MORGAN WALLEN’S BIG MOMENT FEELS ABOUT 19 SONGS TOO LONGCHRIS RICHARDSJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
His book One Long River of Song is the most exquisite essay collection I’ve ever read.
EVERYTHING OUR EDITORS LOVED IN DECEMBERTHE EDITORSJANUARY 8, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
By combining their signals using a powerful technique known as Very Long Baseline Interferometry, we can pinpoint the position of a signal with exquisite accuracy, such as to a single star.
SETI: NEW SIGNAL EXCITES ALIEN HUNTERS—HERE’S HOW WE COULD FIND OUT IF IT’S REALMICHAEL GARRETTJANUARY 7, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
DeVonta Smith, the out-of-this-world wide receiver who was named Associated Press national player of the year, roamed the field to complete tasks of exquisite difficulty — or sometimes just roamed the field with a football.
ALABAMA ADVANCES TO THE NATIONAL TITLE GAME WITH AN ARTFUL OFFENSIVE PERFORMANCECHUCK CULPEPPER, DES BIELERJANUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A month later, in February 1974, a small, exquisite painting by Vermeer called “The Guitar Player” was stolen from Kenwood House, a museum in Hampstead, England.
‘THE WOMAN WHO STOLE VERMEER’ REVISITS THE STRANGE TALE OF A BRITISH HEIRESS WHO BECAME A NOTORIOUS ART THIEFKATHARINE WEBERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Meals with “the General,” as he was commonly called, were strained affairs — all the more reason for the food to be exquisite enough to maintain diners’ focus.
GEORGE WASHINGTON’S 1795 THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED LIBERTY. BUT THE CHEF BEHIND THE FEAST HAD NONE.RAMIN GANESHRAMNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
So exquisitely were the two woven together that you could hardly tell where the one left off and the other began.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
But she was an exquisitely pretty and engaging little thing, a grand little pal, and worth cultivating.
ROSEMARY IN SEARCH OF A FATHERC. N. WILLIAMSON
And I thank God, who gave me the temper to feel grief exquisitely, that he at the same time gave me an equal capacity for joy.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
These poems, of a savour so exquisitely strange, cost him no more than any badly rhymed commonplace.
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, HIS LIFETHOPHILE GAUTIER

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