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used in Glory in Death

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treating details with great care
  • Eve meticulously searched the rest of the room.
    Chapter 14 (70% in)
meticulously = in a manner treating details with great care
  • So, what had an elegant, smart, and meticulous woman been doing in a nasty neighborhood in the middle of a nasty night?
    Chapter 1 (36% in)
  • A meticulous woman, a practical, organized woman didn't go out in the rain without protection.
    Chapter 3 (54% in)
  • He should have looked out of place in her kitchen, she mused, in his expensive, meticulously tailored linen shirt and with the luxurious mane of hair swept back from that remarkable face.
    Chapter 5 (17% in)
  • She was planning the wedding as meticulously as she did any of her criminal cases.
    Chapter 6 (63% in)

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