(1) Weinberg's strengths as an art historian owe largely to his scrupulous attention to the visual field.(2) She is scrupulous about disclosing her sources and acknowledging her debts while insistent that her aesthetic judgments are based on what she has looked at hard and pondered.(3) This is always an issue for the scrupulous scholar - what to enlarge upon, what to jettison - but this is the only equivocation about this impressive book, written with both passion and clarity.(4) Brown is scrupulous in presenting what is, and what is not, known about these situations.(5) This research provides evidence that developing a corporate culture that stresses honesty and scrupulous behavior is not only the right thing to do, but produces real savings to the cooperative as well.(6) The first ├ö├ç├┐Station├ö├ç├û gives us a curved cross suspended from a short, rusty chain, the figure in lean, scrupulous profile.(7) The scrupulous fabrication of the low-relief wall ensembles in this show approaches the perverse.(8) Ghost World and The Royal Tenenbaums would not be among my favorites for the year if not for their scrupulous production design.(9) He periodically returns to a monochromatic style, punctuated by scrupulous forays into vivid chromatic declarations.(10) You sense only the labor-intensive detailing of a boat modeler, no doubt scrupulous but also antiquarian.(11) Their compositions were symmetrical and bathed in an even light; only perfect examples of cultivars in full bloom were included, and individual blooms were painted with scrupulous accuracy.(12) Individually and as a group, Cubist images demand the viewer's scrupulous attention.(13) The title's meanings remain only provisionally understood, but the term's significance was bound up in notions of learning, the righteousness of tradition, and the scrupulous observance of ritual obligation.(14) Probably the most painstaking part of the job is the scrupulous documentation process.(15) Both he and Taylor are scrupulous in conveying how the photographs would have looked to Dodgson's audience.(16) He inherited standards of economy in design and of scrupulous execution from Domenico Veneziano and Fra Angelico, though he lacked the imaginative powers of either.