more demanding

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We can of course pardon some faults because modern bibliographers are more demanding than those of 1664.

She stroked his hair, and he had to look pleased under that touch, the more demanding in its beguiling softness.

None of its aspects is more demanding than the proper management of the public finances.

But the patient hours of archery practice, the strict instruction in the use of a long-bladed bronze dagger were more demanding.

Again, were there more demanding truth, there would be fewer satisfied with mere justice, and none would beg for mercy.

Ekdahl said that Lee was more demanding of his mother than he was, and he was her husband.