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“Fastidious Nigel is reeling from the embarrassment.”
“Fastidious in their pre-prep prep, they knew with 99 percent accuracy that a dish would turn out well.”
“Fastidious Gemma insisted on cleanliness, even providing him with a bar of Dove soap.”
“Fastidious readers will weary of Cook's autopilot prose, with its "crucibles," "quests" and "struggles"; some feminists may be less tolerant than Cook of ER's opposition to the ERA.”
“Fastidious and compact, with a wry and biting humor, he is Johnny Carson-if Carson had been a prison warden.”
“Fastidious waiters circulated the room conspicuously, offering up scrumptious finger-food”
“Fastidious waiters circulated the room conspicuously, offering up scrumptious finger-food At the open bar, the liquor flowed freely.”
“Littlest One, whose name was sometimes shortened affectionately to simply Littlest, was working on this night with Fastidious, the one who had been designated her teacher.”
“Fastidious was tired, impatient, and had a headache.”
“I hear there are houses that have no stairs," Fastidious murmured in an irritated tone.”
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