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  • These models have been built over the years since the end of the 19th century and are very finely detailed.
  • The paintings are very finely detailed, he sculpts the most minute details of body and face features.
  • It is no longer a working mill, but a finely detailed model shows the machinery as it was in its working days.
  • Areas of the model that are finely detailed can have very small polygons while other areas can have larger polygons.
  • Many dormer and attic windows can be observed with finely detailed wood and iron works.
  • Porting the heads provides the finely detailed attention required to bring the engine to the highest level of efficiency.
  • The theatres, on the other hand, were far more finely detailed.
  • They specialized in very small finely detailed prints, some no larger than a postage stamp.
  • The site was recognized among French paleontologists from the mid-nineteenth century for its finely detailed fossils.
  • Their finely detailed products were labour-intensive and unprofitable, and were discontinued after a short time.
  • These finely detailed illustrations will download quickly and include required fonts.
  • The house features finely detailed Federal-style interiors added about 1815.
  • He combined finely detailed and complete decorative elements with plain walls and durable massing, working across a variety of styles.
  • Kensington is a well designed and finely detailed house.
  • The use of pressure flaking facilitated the early production of sharper and more finely detailed tools.
  • The double-leaf central doors featured a finely detailed fanlight and sidelights.
  • The elaborate flint exterior is finely detailed in the Gothic style, especially around the windows.
  • The finely detailed decorative plasterwork throughout the mansion was entirely the work of the English artist Joseph Rose.
  • To the community's growing concerns about human rights, the Australian Democrats added finely detailed policies on animal welfare and species preservation.
  • His style was particularly influenced by the finely detailed work of the Dutch flower-painter Jan van Huysum.
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