It is important for clinicians to be
diligent and precise when investigating causes of obesity, as treatment varies among disorders.
Children with good executive function skills are
diligent, well organized, disciplined in completing tasks, and strategic in their approach to resolving problems.
The generous coverage appears thanks to a
diligent spectator who recorded his impressions and sent them to the newspaper.
What is required is to make a '
diligent culture of himself ', asking himself the reason why things have gone either right or wrong.
She should be a skilful and
diligent household manager, responsible for methodical organization, cleanliness, tidiness and frugal budgeting.
The more early and
diligent the search, the more likely are the defects to be detected by echocardiography prior to spontaneous closure.
Here the central tragic theme is the muchlamented metamorphosis of the seventeenth-century business woman or
diligent housekeeper into the nineteenth-century parasite.
He was the most
diligent investigator of the peculiar, and the most exalted philosopher.
It was the hard-working, entrepreneurial, charitable middling townsman, and his equally
diligent wife; the characters who now, quite self-consciously, occupied this typical urban middling order.
The processes of urbanization, local politics and strategies of social control have been charted through detailed and
diligent empirical work.
This biography is very well researched, and the authors have been extremely
diligent in unearthing many previously obscure facts about their subject.
diligent search no peridotite or other deepseated xenoliths have been encountered.
The calligraphy translates as: '
diligent, rigorous, practical and realistic, and creative'.
My swimming pupil is
diligent and actually succeeds in conquering a few yards on her own.