exactness


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Since he began to tread the devious paths of diplomacy, he has brought exactness in the small things of life down to a fine art.
The newcomer, who was bowing over her hand, was of medium height or a trifle less, dark, and dressed with the quiet exactness of an English gentleman.
It is imperative that now at once, while these stupendous events are still clear in my mind, I should set them down with that exactness of detail which time may blur.
Accordingly, he wrote an anonymous information, the minute exactness of which made up for its want of authenticity, and posted his letter.
This occupation was, to take down from the shelves of a worm-eaten wardrobe a quantity of frouzy garments, one by one; to subject each to a careful and minute inspection by holding it up against the light, and after folding it with great exactness, to lay it on one or other of two little heaps beside him.
Barbicane, without saying a word, dismounted, seized his instruments, and began to note his position with extreme exactness.
For I must remark, Thrasymachus, if you will recall what was previously said, that although you began by defining the true physician in an exact sense, you did not observe a like exactness when speaking of the shepherd; you thought that the shepherd as a shepherd tends the sheep not with a view to their own good, but like a mere diner or banqueter with a view to the pleasures of the table; or, again, as a trader for sale in the market, and not as a shepherd.
Meanwhile we need not be held up by the bogey of the universal rigid exactness of physics.
Dawson's books certainly showed when he had resumed his attendance on Miss Halcombe at Blackwater Park, but it was not possible to calculate back from this date with any exactness, without such help from Mrs.
There--which is a most remarkable circumstance for a man of your punctuality and exactness, Haredale--you fall into error.
Desultory readers are seldom remarkable for the exactness of their learning.
reality, exactness and eligibility of the expenditure claimed by the beneficiary in the Final
While ensuring a mathematical exactness in male-to-female population may be difficult as a societal formula, the truth is that the more skewed the gender imbalance, the more problems it creates for a society at multiple levels.
Seven speed settings allow for blending with exactness and control, and the allmetal drive provides reliable and lasting durability.
Rather than exactness and historical accuracy, what they evoke is the impassioned need for their remembrance.