Absolute Monarchy and the Stuart Constitution is a careful, subtle, and scrupulous
investigation into the tropes of early Stuart political thought, an extended exercise in the historiographical definition of terms.
Since the city adopted a slow-growth policy in 1980 to monitor the number of new homes built in the city per year, an extra foot path or public park incorporated into a design could earn a project crucial points over a competing tract in the scrupulous
eyes of city officials.
But while he kept his shares, there was a "grey area" which could have been exploited by a less scrupulous
Unfortunately, Collins works too hard to be scrupulous
to the play's scheme.
By choosing to obtain certification in all four government-validated Protection Profiles simultaneously, we set a high bar for our product and prevailed against the most scrupulous
However, we urge Turkey to exercise restraint and ensure that its military operations remain limited in scope and duration and scrupulous
to avoid civilian casualties.
person agonizes over the details of church teaching and strives to conform to the letter of the law.
Fashion licensors have been among the most scrupulous
in aligning their brands with the right causes (or at least making sure their brand isn't associated with the wrong ones).
hand hygiene and further research into third generation antibiotics remain key in the prevention and cure of hospital acquired infections until Dr Wells' research enters mainstream practice.
Chairman BISP had called this meeting because of the recent rise in fraudulent activities, involving scrupulous
elements swindling innocent people using fake SMS message maligning the name of BISP.
SCO leaders will discuss scrupulous
issues in a narrow circle, which can not be publicized, Chief of Foreign Policy Division of President's Administration Sapar Isakov told reporters.
After failing to spot that a baby had meningitis, Tom (Oliver Coleman, left) is scrupulous
in his care of another child patient.
Experts believe social media platforms have evolved as an effective place to spread the word fact, but then are also being used by scrupulous
elements, including those targeting the stock market.
The Quakers who started Barclays bank believed that it should operate on the founding principles of "honesty, integrity and plain dealing," and that's why they excelled, as people could trust their scrupulous
And some who sell illicit cigarettes and tobacco 'under the counter' are not scrupulous
about who they sell to - including children.