- s consisting of fine particles
- s dense or compact in structure or texture, as a wood composed of small-diameter cells
- Over time Currin has gone through a succession of styles, from the deliberately slapdash to an ever more fine-grained illusionism, the kind that reports to the eye in detail .
- Nurse Jackie has a fine-grained sense of hospitals' feudal hierarchy, but it's ultimately about the paradox of Jackie: she's dedicated and moral in her professional life but in .
- Friends showed him the remains of ancient fish in a layer of fine-grained black shale and Alfred became a paleontologist on the spot.
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Today's decision invites an avalanche of litigation that could mire the federal courts in fine-grained determinations about which state and local regulationssurvive, he wrote.