finely chop the tenderloins, hearts, and livers and transfer them to a medium bowl.
Babies explore their finely calibrated environments without being swamped with direction or criticism.
It was a finely calibrated performance with great attention to detail.
But this is a love story of a kind, and Valtat's narrator is setting the stage for a finely balanced expression of empathy.
But just like any savvy politician, he can finely tune a message to fit the audience.
Youthful riders, men and women with bowls, and finely modelled garments are separated by small trees.
This trained neutrality of Mrs. Bines served her finely now.
Then demand that the twenty handsomest young men should be chosen, and finely dressed, and put one in each shop as salesman.
He praised me greatly for all the care I had taken of his boy; and said, how finely you was come on!
Also it must be remembered not to draw too finely, else the work in parts may disappear entirely in the reproduction.