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  • n  strict attention to minute details

  • Diana and Colquitt went through them all (including meticulosity, syzygy, prorogue, frondesce, cincture, heliotaxis, ectogenous, meerschaum) without a slip.
  • With a meticulosity that is a hallmark of their success, Disney executives protect and promote their patented image.
  • In rehearsal, he is temperamental: his moods vary from the fire--ice meticulosity of Toscanini to the feverish, flop-haired semaphoring and exuberance of a college cheerleader.

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