It's having bus trips repeatedly interrupted by checkpoint officials, who require all passengers to get off the bus, then board themselves to minutely
inspect every nook and cranny.
Because onstage, the real becomes fake; even a minutely
detailed interior, with a real sofa and chairs, actual books in the bookcases, and a genuine Wedgwood teapot on the table usually can't disguise the fact that we're sitting in a theater looking at a fake living room.
We're now awaiting the services of a welder to examine it minutely
Eight musical instruments are minutely
reproduced on the cups and recur, in different combinations, on the other pieces.
If the leader cannot minutely
discern people's psychological conditions and the feelings of those below are communicated above, then above and below oppose each other and matters are disordered.
Through skillful programming of the PLC that controls the power to the drives, technicians can minutely
adjust the speed and friction ratio of the mixing process, yielding a variety of new blends with specific characteristics.
Many of those fortunate enough to have full time employment are working the longest hours of their lives-often at jobs which remain rote, narrow, and minutely
Egerton's reconstruction of Gabriel's and Sancho's plots, as minutely
detailed and engrossing as it is, makes it all too apparent how little we know about slave plots, even when there is a wealth of documentary evidence.
Eight Bullets minutely
chronicles Brenner's journey, from the time she met and began dating Wight through the killer's pursuit, capture, and sentencing.
A Child's Christmas in Wales is a lyrical, minutely
remembered evocation of the Christmas season, as perceived by a happy child.
The Nordlinger decision upheld the tax assessment aspects of California's Proposition 13 whereby real estate assessments increase minutely
for older owners while new buyers receive new market assessments and higher taxes.
Gautier's poetry includes Po esies (1830); Albertus (1832), a fantastic narrative poem; La Comedie de la mort (1833), another long poem, dealing with the sensual and the ideal; and Emaux et camees (1852), considered the best example of his pure, minutely
chiseled style (see Parnassians ).