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showing or marked by attentiveness to all aspects or details

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marked by precise accordance with details

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marked by extreme care in treatment of details

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The criterion was "there should be meticulous record keeping for all patients".
delighted able offer support meticulous " Dr Mike McKean, Clinical Director at The Great North Children's Hospital, said: "We are very proud to welcome Chris as an ambassador for our children's hospital and feel 'bowled over' that he has chosen to run for our foundation this year
Meticulous Research is founded in 2010 and incorporated as Meticulous Market Research Pvt.
He's meticulous in his preparation and he's meticulous in the information he gets on opposing teams and the players we will be up against.
Researched in meticulous depth and detail, Dying and Rising With Christ picks apart the scriptures of Paul line by line in its quest to uncover the precise nuances of Paul's vision that may surprise contemporary Christian believers.
The book features detailed notes, a 14-page bibliography, and meticulous indexing.
Based on the biography of "Dobbin the Diver", a Newfoundlander who in the mid 1800's dared to defy conventional careers to become a salvage diver/underwater treasure hunter, In Deep Water reads like a novel written in first-person perspective, but stays close to the facts from the original biography, nonfiction articles written about Dobbin's life, and meticulous research.
Guided less by his extraordinary talent and more by meticulous technique, he shunned tradition and theory.
Ably compiling a concise biographically anthology as the basis for an in-depth study of meticulous scholarship, Good Hearts offers readers the wisdom of the nuns spanning a time period from the mid-1800's through the twentieth century, and with a particularly focus on the era surrounding the social and cultural issues of the 1960's and the activism contributed by Catholic women.
Hundreds of mothers' meticulous records, preserved by one such obstetrician in Motherwell, Scotland, contain detailed data about what kinds and quantities of food they ate during pregnancy.
Despite reuniting with bombastic producer Trevor Horn, small gestures provide the fleeting highlights: the meticulous "Psychological" or the bittersweet resignation of "I Made Excuses and Left.
In order to qualify for WBENC's national standard of certification, ACC Construction underwent a meticulous process that included an in-depth review of the business and site inspections.
Rebecca contributed a special precision to the preparation of copy and went about the very meticulous work that is involved in meeting, printing and delivery deadlines with dedication.
Compared with traditional elastomers, such as silicone, urethane and nitrile, fluorosilicones and other advanced elastomers are said to be costly and require meticulous care in processing to miminize waste.
The authors of these commentaries, all Roman Catholic biblical scholars, are known as meticulous interpreters.