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ex·qui·site

(eks-kwiz'it),
Extremely intense, keen, sharp; said of pain or tenderness in a part.
[L. exquiro, pp. exquisitus, to search out]

ex·qui·site

(eks-kwiz'it)
Extremely intense, keen, sharp; said of pain or tenderness.
[L. exquiro, pp. exquisitus, to search out]

ex·qui·site

(eks-kwiz'it)
Extremely intense, sharp; said of pain in a part.
[L. exquiro, pp. exquisitus, to search out]
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She is the guardian o f purity and exquisiteness o f the society.
The strength and value of their contributions to the Joint and Coalition teams are due more to the creativity and grit of these Airmen than of the exquisiteness of the technology that they employ.
The Loriblu store at the Mall of the Emirates is spread across 1000 sq feet and it's in-store designs reflects plentiful styles for men and women that exude sophistication and uniqueness and abundant colors complimenting Loriblu's exquisiteness At the launch Annarita Graziano, the Co-founder of Loriblu enthused, "At Loriblu, the focus is on superior quality and excellence at every stage.
The new Loriblu store is spread across 1000 sq feet and it's in-store designs reflects plentiful styles for men and women that exude sophistication and uniqueness and abundant colors complimenting Loriblu's exquisiteness.
The art of photography is a powerful endeavour to fuse the manifestation of modern sensibilities with the innovative pursuits of mankind in the fields of technology, he said, adding Though camera and chemicals play a basic role in photography, still what blends a photograph with exquisiteness and excellence of creativity is the intuition and insight of man behind the camera.
And since Indian food is my favourite cuisine, I am perhaps reasonably well-placed to judge the exquisiteness of the food or otherwise.
Only the frontal plate, where the exquisiteness of the filigree reveals the workmanship (workangelship) of a sophisticated professional, could perhaps be attributed to angelic hands.
This unreserved exquisiteness is a monotypic genus that is native to Central Africa, predominantly Uganda and western Kenya.
The hotel's interior designer, wa International, has taken an inspirational trip into the past and created in Neos a space that has its roots in art deco with a contemporary twist, the design concept encapsulating elegance, exclusivity and exquisiteness.
The flaneur makes his idleness into an art form, cultivating refinement of taste and exquisiteness of perception and judgement, if possible leavened by insouciant wit.
In the downstairs gallery, Jo Powers's The Exquisiteness of a Life Lived, a row of stones with aluminium and pewter pouring off them, dominates the floor space, as does the very different life-size stitched leather figure of a man, Alone, by Cristina Ayusa on the top floor.
She could have talked about how a barrier between herself and the rest of the world was demolished as a result of her living a drug-free life; about the exquisiteness of feeling comfortable living in her own skin and about the tenfold blessings of being "true to nature".