Jonas was identified as a possible Receiver many years ago. We have observed him meticulously.
The community was so meticulously ordered, the choices so carefully made.
Finally the Chief Elder paid tribute to the hard work of her committee, which had performed the observations so meticulously all year.
With all of his being he tried to give each of them a piece of the memory: not of the tortured cry of the elephant, but of the being of the elephant, of the towering, immense creature and the meticulous touch with which it had tended its friend at the end.
All of it — all the things they had thought through so meticulously — fell apart.
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She is a meticulous researcher who takes pride in a thorough job.
She is meticulous in her bookkeeping and at the end of the year she can tell the IRS where every dollar was spent.