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“He is known as a detail-oriented coach and is regarded as one of the staff's better teachers, with a dry wit and a pleasant demeanor.”
“A staffer once affectionately referred to the detail-oriented lawmaker as a "tax nerd.”
“You engineers can be as detail-oriented as you want to be, as long as you keep offering up great solutions like this.”
“House Minority Leader Anthony J. O'Donnell (Calvert) is one of several Republicans who question how detail-oriented O'Malley really wants to get when it comes to solving the budget.”
“House Minority Leader Anthony J. O'Donnell (R-Calvert) is one of several Republicans who question how detail-oriented O'Malley really wants to get when it comes to solving the budget.”
“After 17 years of professional soccer, most in the English Premier League, and 52 caps with the Welsh national team, Robinson says Backe is by far the most meticulously prepared and detail-oriented soccer coach he has worked with.”
“When he gets stressed, the analysis explained, he gets even more detail-oriented and focused on the sequence of what happened and who said what B Quadrant/lower left.”
“The vetting processes get very detail-oriented if there is any hint of things that might cause the country embarrassment.”
“But she is more talkative this year, a blunt and detail-oriented questioner whose comments inform the reliably liberal point of view she has exhibited since joining the court.”
“I began to learn that Gerald was determinedly cheerful and sunny, extremely detail-oriented, a workaholic, a stickler for high-quality construction, incapable of cutting corners, the kind of person who lies awake at night fretting over imperfections, then rises in the dark and sets the difficulty right.”
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