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exacting especially about details

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Fair enough if it's far too large a head - but, come on, you finicky fuddy-duddies, if that's how you want it, why not move to London, get no head at all and pay an extra quid a pint for the privilege
The pupils giggled as they heard why woodpeckers don't get headaches, that dung beetles are finicky eaters and how Merthyr Tydfil's Howard Stapleton invented an electromagnetic teenager repellent.
Whereas the computer package I use can be used to alter images altogether, I like to think of it as enhancement, and I'm very finicky with it.
The way they rise to the occasion in the crunch of short time or changing circumstances on "Top Design" adds another dimension to their portfolios, he says, showing how they would cope with a finicky client, back-ordered furniture or a tight deadline.
The prize rendering here is Diamonds, in which Agnes Letestu, Jean-Guillaume Bart, and the incomparable POB corps triumph over the finicky editing to distill the spirit of Petipa through Balanchine's breathtaking design.
The waning species tended to be bees with narrow ranges or finicky tastes in plants.
Not content personalizing Audis for finicky customers (http://autofieldguide.
Garfield enjoys being treated like a king--no surprise there but it lands him in danger when the sneaky Lord Dargis tries to get rid of our finicky friend so he can turn the castle into a resort.
Less finicky collectors would regard this as part of the clock's history and accept it as inevitable.
Second, a heavy, barrel is generally less finicky about bedding, so it's often easier to make a heavy barrel shoot its best.
A SURVEY states that 20 million NHS meals are thrown out annually because finicky patients won't eat them.
For now, she's faced with a list of daunting tasks, beginning with pleasing the finicky palates of 40,000-50,000 students per day.
French monks exclusively cultivated this finicky grape for sacramental wines.
Even our pets are developing finicky preferences for better quality tuna--a preference we freely indulge.
Separated into three parts: Hors 'd oeuvres, Main Course and Dessert, there's bound to be something to get your finicky palate going.