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  • r  in a fastidious and painstaking manner
  • r  in a fastidious manner
    he writes extremely musical music, of which the sound is fastidiously calculated and yet agreeably spontaneous and imaginative

  • In an open letter encouraging Clark to run, Michael Moore, the fastidiously unkempt left-wing documentarian, wrote, "Michael Moore likes a general?.
  • Gingerly, fastidiously, overseen by Giovanni Cardinal Saldarini and a German textile conservation expert, it will be unspooled from around its wooden cylinder.
  • But it's exactly the kind of fastidiously prepared yet surprisingly uncomplicated dish that features on the haute cuisine course at celebrity chef Alain Ducasse's new l'Ecole de .
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  • Oh, you pretty things
    Some say nostalgia in fashion trends runs on a 20-year cycle. Others put it at around 50. That would give modern-day wistfulness to anything from the flannel-and-combat boot grunge look of the ‘90s to the fastidiously groomed, impeccably decked-out “Mad Men”-era chic of the ‘60s.
    June 12, 2013 - City Pulse

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