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The director’s meticulous approach to capturing the world of an early 18th-century oceanside village makes a viewer feel and smell the crisp sea air firsthand.
Thirty-seven-year-old Pradeep Singh offered a meticulous breakdown of the amount of money he spends to grow rice on one acre of his farm in Haryana’s Jhajjar district.
This isn’t a comfortable time for gradual player development and meticulous planning.
As the league conducted its spring remotely, the meticulous development of rookie quarterbacks required necessary improvisation.
In the end, getting New Horizons to zip past Pluto and its attendant moons anywhere close to the right path took meticulous positional measurements and course corrections using the probe’s own cameras, and a lot of patience.
While the prestige and brand-lift it provides would be nice for any brand, B2B calls for meticulous performance tracking and an expectation of concrete results—something linear television cannot provide.
Jinny's pages looked like a wild, straggling lyric, flung off in a rapture and meticulously revised.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
He takes the full blast of the wrath of the Law and fulfills its demands most meticulously.
Not for him that careful polishing of sentences, which other writers meticulously bestow.
A DAY WITH LORD BYRONMAY CLARISSA GILLINGTON
Very often they are of all men the most meticulously mannered.
PREACHING AND PAGANISMALBERT PARKER FITCH

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