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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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241-246)--"Few other pictures in this volume approach this one in the authenticity of the setting, the variety and individuality of the figures, the rendering of surfaces, and the exquisiteness of execution"--is written solely from a European art historical perspective, with an endnote saying, "For a thought-provoking interpretation based on a close study of Maroon society in Surinam, see Richard Price, First-Time [etc.
Now, it appears that Iceland wants to resume exporting fin whale meat 6 prized by Japanese consumers for its exquisiteness.
Exquisiteness demands that ever more of the onus be put on foreign custodians, forgetting T.
The gaze focuses on Callirhoes exquisiteness and it rests (almost loiters) there; the reader is invited to join in and stare at her loveliness too, objectifying her as the recipient of his (undoubtedly male) desire.
The two men making a connection with each other and with the sea results in Bella's rather mystical outburst, noted in italics, enlightening her and enabling her to see the exquisiteness of beauty.
Kashmiri carpets are known all over the world for their exquisiteness.
It was Alexander Cunningham, the pioneering archaeologist, who got the area excavated and brought the exquisiteness of the temples to the world's attention.
As an experiential session, Parent Enrichment Programme was an attempt towards creating harmony, exquisiteness and a better understanding of the surrounding for the growing child.
Ceramic sculpture in the Song period, like other types of porcelain, was fully connotative and graceful, with profoundness and exquisiteness, which expressively denoted a strong preference of literati and scholars of the Song Dynasty.
Perhaps the secret lies in that my brain has a few of my heart's needs, and my heart has some of my brain's exquisiteness.
Like a good Calcuttan, I visited Darjeeling every year during the Pujas and every year I was stunned by the exquisiteness and majesty around me.