minute attention

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This kind of work required on the part of the workmen extreme nicety and minute attention.
She had waited to open her lips until she had eyed her conquered victim all over, with disdainfully minute attention, from head to foot
Next, the old lady scanned Polina, from head to foot with minute attention.
From this he took a paper, and returning to his seat he flattened it out beside the taper on the edge of the table, and began to study it with minute attention.
Let it be, then, our present occupation to inquire and endeavor to ascertain the causes first put in operation at the period of our commemoration, and already productive of such magnificent effects; to examine with reiterated care and minute attention the characters of those men who gave the first impulse to a new series of events in the history of the world; to applaud and emulate those qualities of their minds which we shall find deserving of our admiration; to recognize with candor those features which forbid approbation or even require censure, and, finally, to lay alike their frailties and their perfections to our own hearts, either as warning or as example.
At length he approached the huge trunk, walked slowly around it, and examined it with minute attention.
The average adult has about a 10 to 20 minute attention span.
What I loved was the minute attention to detail - every shop and window display was breathtakingly intricate, even down to Ollivander's wand shop - where one lucky wizard gets to take part in an interactive demonstration to pick a wand.
What I loved was the minute attention to detail - every shop and window display was breathtakingly intricate, even down to Ollivanders wand shop - where one lucky wizard takes part in an interactive demonstration to pick a wand.
For example, in a discussion of Ben Jonson's Epicene, Wooding observes that it incorporates discourse on 'ladies' minute attention to their dress and their talkative and overbearing natures, all perennial matter for comedy until political correctness served to unsex humour' (178).
This work, one of classical music's most popular pieces, nevertheless calls for minute attention to detail and timing between soloist and orchestra.
Her observations and minute attention to detail are awe-inspiring, but seem wasted on some of the subjects she chooses to write about.