delicateness


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The fresh tofu was silky as could be, the wasabi lending a nice gentle spike to its delicateness.
The "fragility" metaphor is repetitively used to accentuate the topos of danger by pointing to the volatility, breakability and delicateness of the states, their institutions and governance structures.
I chose this landing, though, because of it's unexpected delicateness. I don't think we'll see another landing quite like this again.
The delicateness of a woman is represented by mentioning a female frog that she is so sensitive that cannot even bear common cold.
IN TERMS OF DELICATENESS, parasitic plants face similar issues.
(225-26) The novel provides a specific and realistic physical description of Veronica while eschewing traditional idealizations of femininity which emphasize delicateness and fragility.
It's widely accepted that the true home of delicateness in cooking is Japan.
There's a quiet power and also a bubbling revolt, a delicateness and a fierceness that's a negotiation of pleasing people and not.
I now realize that what Tahir Elci was striving to protect was a kind of courtesy and delicateness, not the actual stones of the minaret.
"Every person, independently of their sexual tendencies, is respected in their dignity and should be received with sensibility and delicateness, both in the church and in society," the document states.
What's better for a political comeback then two little words that register with all the delicateness of a demolition ball?
Asked whether he is satisfied with the administration's plan, Jilani responded with a "yes" but added that the situation's delicateness is part of "ongoing discussions" between Islamabad and Washington and that factors on the ground may change the calculus of the withdrawal.
plans for military withdrawal by the end of 2016, Ambassador Jilani responded with "yes." But he quickly added that the situation's delicateness is part of "ongoing discussions" between Islamabad and Washington and that factors on the ground may change the calculus of the withdrawal.
However, potential biases in the interview results may occur, especially due to the delicateness of respondents' representations of the sizes of their catches or the unofficial financial gain from the fish landed.
At the same time, the engravings are in a space with a low ceiling that's more intimate so as not to swamp their delicateness.