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  • This larger and more finely decorated hall was usually located above the ground-floor hall.
  • But it is still more finely expressed to meet a particular personal mood. Cited from Books and Habits from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • Yet no one can display subsiding emotion more finely than she does. Cited from Our Stage and Its Critics, by "E.F.S." of The Westminster Gazette
  • "Do you mean that you want to be more finely attired before you make your appearance in company?" Cited from Melbourne House, Volume 2, by Susan Warner
  • A man may see, if he will but watch, who is more finely touched and gifted than himself. Cited from Albert Durer, by T. Sturge Moore
  • Greater poets she has had, but no greater writer; no nature more finely tempered. Cited from Among My Books, by James Russell Lowell
  • No troops have fought more finely than the British. Cited from The Healing of Nations, by Edward Carpenter
  • Some fish hydrolysate is ground more finely than others so more bone material is able to remain suspended.
  • Introduced in this more finely divided form the drug is, perhaps, a little more active in bringing about the desired result. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • The good sense of a gentleman is nowhere more finely developed than in his rings. Cited from Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, by Thomas Carlyle
  • In propagating it the more finely marked pieces only should be taken. Cited from Hardy Perennials and Old Fashioned Flowers, by John Wood
  • Over the years there have been numerous attempts to give an adequate and more finely divided classification.
  • The resulting weapon was heavier than the German original, and much more finely made and finished.
  • In addition, oil-firing can be more finely controlled and could be matched more easily to the operating conditions.
  • Nothing, I think, could be more finely imagined than this. Cited from Among My Books, by James Russell Lowell
  • Lydia did not see that the head this disclosed was more finely shaped than either of her friends. Cited from Lydia of the Pines, by Honore` Willsie Morrow
  • For the most part, they dwell in forms, and flatter and study effect only more finely than the rest. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 72, October, 1863, by Various
  • Has anyone ever caught more finely the differences between male and female feelings about heterosexual love than Pinter?
  • This error can be reduced by dividing up the region more finely, using smaller and smaller shapes.
  • Yet a representation more complete, more finely conceived, and more perfectly executed, he had never witnessed. Cited from Tancred, by Benjamin Disraeli
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