attention to detail


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Having done so, he covered the ground more slowly, as though inviting attention to detail.
William was decoyed up and shot, and had they only got the whole of the note and paid a little more attention to detail in the accessories, it is very possible that suspicion might never have been aroused.
Every lasting portion of the human frame was represented in these intricate designs (they were by Michael Angelo, I think,) and there was a careful finish about the work, and an attention to details that betrayed the artist's love of his labors as well as his schooled ability.
Chris Gibbs, managing director of Attention To Detail, said: "We are delighted to be developing the official game of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Anvil Homes is all about quality design and attention to detail.
Timbers such as beech, maple, walnut, oak, ash and iroko as well as the more familiar red pine and mahogany are always available and the superior craftsmanship, attention to detail and the use of the finest materials ensure that every product leaving the workshop is of the highest quality.
Safe plant operations and good attention to detail were noted by NRC inspectors.
Many space scientists remember Jonathan best for his penetrating questions and his attention to detail and accuracy.
Since so little is known with absolute certainty about Minoan Crete, all speculations are constructed with minute attention to detail and supporting evidence.
0 Upgrader's Guide C# Edition succeeds admirably in its mission to be the best possible resource on its chosen topic; explanations, examples, sample code, recommendations, suggestions, and painstaking attention to detail make for an indispensable resource.
Highly recommended for mystery fans for its attention to detail and lack of questionable contrivance.
Most of the time, mechanics, when you read PS, it's always some component or item that needs a little T-L-C, extra maintenance or attention to detail.

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