punctiliousness


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strict attention to minute details

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Yet Makavejev's ironic camera-eye refuses to restrict itself to an earnest, heroic perspective, instead seeking out details that reflect feelings and attitudes Communism prefers to exclude or ignore: punctiliousness, boredom, sensuality, individuality and humour.
The range of the story: from mimetic punctiliousness to imaginative free play.
18) Joseph Sturge and others created the National Complete Suffrage Union in 1842, retaining all six points of the People's Charter but, in their middle-class punctiliousness about respectability, steadfastly rejecting as sullied all versions of the Chartist name, O'Connor and others opposed the divisive move, as also the teetotal Chartist Associations that likewise set themselves up as alternatives to the National Charter Association and were supported by middle-class funds (D.
Deontological rhetoric, this is to say, does not consider an individual's distinctive attitudes towards legal, ethical, or ritual punctiliousness, for someone's desire, for instance, to go beyond the letter of the law.
42) As noted, supra note 36 and accompanying text, prosecutors who demonstrate restraint or unwillingness to pursue charges on hunches instead of concrete evidence often face a similarly negative treatment, but generally appear to be identified more with obstructionism or perhaps punctiliousness rather than the criminality or amorality/immorality ascribed to defense attorneys.
Like a baughness every word to walk into your head deserves protection, a punctiliousness of manner that puts hiding everywhere' (175).
Some students assure me that my punctiliousness in such matters is curmudgeonly unreasonable.
its punctiliousness about ripeness and standing, and its predilection
Both come together when the invading regime sentences the protagonist, Jaromir Hladik, to death for his Judaic writings and, to comply with perverted Nazi punctiliousness, his execution is scheduled for ten days after his arrest.
And seeing my father painstakingly edit each new issue of the Gazette fostered my punctiliousness in writing.
Maybe so, but it's the little touches--like the sign by the fountain informing passersby of "eau non potable'--that retain an air of Canadian punctiliousness.
Close reader Rabault observes that, even though they were generally positive, they recurrently referred to values such as erudition and punctiliousness, which appeared much more rarely in Levi's reviews of authors of other nationalities.
His extreme punctiliousness, his strict discipline at work and his unwavering striving for perfection were uncompromising.
Jackson approaches every project with passion, dedication and copious amounts of Teutonic punctiliousness.