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- adv. In a meticulous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a meticulous manner
It’s no coincidence that 2006’s best scripted dramas — The Wire, HBO’s multi-season epic of inner-city Baltimore; and Children of Men, Alfonso Cuarón’s futuristic thriller — were studies in meticulously crafted “realness,” deploying naturalistic dialogue, decentered and chaotic action, stutter-step pacing, and a reporter’s eye for the telling detail.
Kraby said Breivik had considered other possible targets to strike as he prepared what Norway's Police Security Service has described as a meticulously prepared attack by a lone culprit.
And that finger snap notwithstanding, some songs feel a little too perfect, with every violin note in place, every word meticulously sculpted.
After many phone calls meticulously describing the pillow and much negotiation the hotel agreed to send it.
Josh Green, in a stunning piece that might be called a meticulously reported notebook dump, says, in The Atlantic, that Mrs. Clinton made personnel decisions based only on loyalty, not talent and skill.
During the daylight hours he gathered together the makings of a new flyer, one whose characters were copied meticulously from an English-Chinese dictionary.
Kraby said Breivik had considered other possible targets to attack as he prepared what Norway's Police Security Service has described as a meticulously prepared by a "lone-wolf" attacker.
Mr Kraby said Breivik had considered other possible targets to attack as he prepared what Norway's Police Security Service has described as meticulously prepared attacks by a "lone-wolf" attacker.
These images succeed without having every single word meticulously translated.
The result is what Atomic Games describes as a meticulously recreated in-game version of Fallujah, complete with real-life marines lending their names and likenesses, as well as recreations of the specific events from the battle.
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