Neat work

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work built or formed to neat lines.

See also: Neat

References in classic literature ?
Was there not a drawer filled with the neat work of her hands, all unworn and untouched, just as she had arranged it there fourteen years ago--just, but for one little dress, which had been made the burial-dress?
Nahki Wells had Town's first shot from long range on nine minutes, but it was no problem for keeper German Lux, then Dempsey scooped a shot over after neat work by Jacob Butterfield.
Coyy took the lead soon after with a tap in from point blank range following neat work on the left.
Brentford led on 16 minutes when Toral slotted the ball home after neat work by captain Jonathan Douglas.
Gateshead took the lead through Collins after neat work in front goal.
Scotland striker Steven Fletcher scored in his first game since March with a simple tap-in after neat work from trialist Max Clayton.
Gauld was one on one with keeper Roman Pidkivka after neat work from Cammy Smith and a stepover by Henderson.
Day then extended their advantage, crossing following neat work at the line-out to claim a bonus point before Rob Webber and Leroy Houston kept Bath in with a shout with scores of their own.
Abbott then doubled the lead 10 minutes later when slotting home after being set up by some neat work from Ryan Wade in the box.
Susan K Hayne's Woman is made from felted merino wool and is a small, neat work showing a woman's life laid out on a picnic rug, with a baby, flowers, and a picnic basked with a mug with the name Susan on it.
Wallace then blazed over from 20 yards before neat work from Stewart at the other end nearly put Kenny Adamson through.