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Were it not for the fastidiousness of a medtech rival (who gladly spread the word), UnitedHealthcare's diabetic enrollees might never have known the insurer had chosen Medtronic plc as its preferred insulin pump supplier beginning July 1.
Clinton's bathroom break " or, more precisely, Trump's revulsion toward it " lies at the intersection of his misogyny and his fastidiousness.
Tim oversaw this feat of extraordinary editorial complexity with typical fastidiousness.
Such fastidiousness connects, too, with AEH's well known habits related to formal dining, as is noted in David Damant's "A Dinner by Housman" (65-73).
16 Sony Classics release should spin its juicy subject matter and lead turns by Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford into a solid commercial showing during another noisy election season; still, there remains a somewhat too-tidy fastidiousness to the picture that will keep it in the "pretty good" tier of 2015 prestige releases.
To do this in the name of environmental fastidiousness is hilarious.
Such fastidiousness looks at best quaintly dated, as though the cultural battles of the 1960s were still being fought.
fteen "sculptures of paintings," as the artist has referred to the hybrid wall-based forms he is currently constructing, demonstrated the signal tension in his sensibility--usually, if not always, positively generative--between the calculating material fastidiousness of the engineer and the conceptual generosity of the philosopher-autcur.
Thomas laughed at my fastidiousness in that respect.
With help from some of her mother's closest friends, including Ruth Ford, Lynette Havens, Dawn Somers, and Ga-brielle and Julie Alexander, Jennifer began planning the retirement party with the fastidiousness of a teacher preparing lessons.
The phenomenon has been accompanied by a conversation that probes and weighs the precision of the reproduction, the fastidiousness of labeling and the protocols of disclaimers, the extent of participation by the artist (or his foundation or estate), and what might be signified--beyond market appetite and museum programming pressures--by the urge to fabricate an extended present and an (inevitably altered) presence for the objects and actions we once surrendered to the passage of time.
There is good reason for such ethical fastidiousness, especially when legal disputes arise.