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  • KOCH: And it was a very difficult day in court yesterday for the family members sitting there listening to Malvo's very meticulate, step by step description of how their loved ones were murdered, many of them crying.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2006

  • The recent New York Times coverage is so meticulate and well-researched that it deserves its own post.

    MetaTalk

  • ? i'm a virgo and ocd about things. i'm rediculously meticulate. i edit everything i ever write, including emails, diary entries, and IMs. i fall in love easily. i'll make a good secretary, teacher, or scientist. i'm going to be too stern with my kids (at least i know beforehand so maybe i won't).

    pyxopotamus Diary Entry

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  • meticulous + articulate

    to be fastidious with one's speech

    July 23, 2007

  • Is this to pronounce words very carefully and precisely? Is it to be observant of all details in enrolling in a university?

    articulate or matriculate?

    July 17, 2007