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Definitions

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  • n. The state or characteristic of being meticulous.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. strict attention to minute details

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Examples

  • But it's this kind of meticulousness that has landed Fokos 'images in galleries all over the world.

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  • If we are looking for "meticulousness," that is going to require patience.

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  • Peckham Rye Multi-Storey Car Park, SE15, Thu to 30 SepSkye SherwinThe raw materials of Maurizio Anzeri's art couldn't be more banal: 1930s and 40s black-and-white portrait photographs salvaged from junk markets and an embroidery more fitting to the therapeutic meticulousness of the craft shop than to the grand ironic gestures of the white cube gallery.

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  • I hated him for his meticulousness when I was little, but now I get it.

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  • "From now on, we will also consider additional measures we may adopt according to the attitude of the Syrian Administration with the same meticulousness," he added.

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  • With horror-vacui meticulousness, he creates large, multilayered collages bursting with images of nature (cons tellations, bodies, botany, birds and butterflies), as well as biblical scenes, including the expulsion from the Garden of Eden.

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  • He crafts alien beasties and sleek vehicles with equal meticulousness.

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  • Monday's performance is dedicated to re-creating the impeccable jazz meticulousness that is their 1977 full-length, "Aja."

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  • Target is masterful at branding, but that meticulousness has made it more vulnerable in this controversy.

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  • As hard as it is to reach a public offering, it is even more difficult for young businesses to play head-to-head against tech stalwarts such as Apple Inc. and Microsoft Corp. But interviews with Mr. Zuckerberg and others inside Facebook reveal the eight-year-old company is trying to emulate the influence, staying power, and meticulousness of the biggest technology companies.

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