polished work

polished work

Stonework that has been polished to a mirror-like finish with an abrasive.
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In its characterizations and visual style "Disappearance" is a highly polished work.
Writer McClure creates a nicely polished work filled with spine tingling action, adroit situations, and well fleshed players in this adroitly penned narrative.
Scholars of slavery will especially want to read this carefully crafted and polished work, based on a rich collection of documentation to and from the colony.
Matt Johnson operates in broadly the same arena as his onetime tutor Charles Ray, producing highly polished work that makes the everyday strange.
Exactly a year ago, Cory had a reading of "All Play and No Work,'' encouraging a select crowd to give him constructive feedback on how to nip and tuck his play into a more polished work, and based on the laughter quotient heard throughout the night, he has a hit on his hands, and rightfully so.
We wish to expand our reach nationwide to develop skilled and polished work force in the nation especially the urban poor.
Look to former The City star Olivia Palermo for her perfect and polished work attire while on duty as Accessories Editor for Elle.
The impressive kitchen is fully fitted with a range of modern units, polished work tops and integrated appliances.
The Reader reunites director Stephen Daldry and screenwriter David Hare, both lauded for their work on The Hours, who deliver similarly polished work here.
Victoire, les saveurs et les mots is clearly not Maryse Conde's most polished work, but in it she plunges us further into her imagined worlds.
This is a polished work and will be of great interest to anyone interested in World War I, or who have roots in the Scone district.