“When I think and I use the word honed, he honed his personal skills and presentation and presence in a way that was extremely important.”
“All the time he kept the two-handed sword honed to a razor's edge, caressing the fine piece of steel with all the care in his veteran swordsman's hands.”
“On Meresamun, the profile was probably more accurate, so that's the one that I kind of honed in on.”
“The problem is whenever someone else seeks to construct another's world, dissolving meaning, as it is the individual's mystery that must be found, discovered and honed which is innate, not socially constructed...”
“ROEMER: Well, given the latest information that we read in the papers today, that somebody could have cultured, milled, and weaponized it, it was fairly new anthrax, meaning in the last couple of years, I think the FBI needs to continue to go after both a domestic source, which they've kind of honed in on, but also it could be foreign.”
“We advised her not to go, as they were not worth much, and there might be some risk involved; but she "honed" for them, and went.”
“In San Francisco, at the Academy of Art, I kind of honed in on food photography.”
“Maybe you could have someone come in and lightly sand the surfaces for a matte 'honed' finish then have it resealed with a matte finish?”
“We've kind of honed in on some of the events that our members like or don't like, and we only schedule the ones that they like," Tugend says.”
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