It would make a great difference in the drainage, but a new plowman might think this finickiness
and just go ahead and plow all of it north and south, or all of it east and west and this would result in a lower yield--some parts of the field would get soggy and the wheat might get a rust, and other parts drain too readily, letting the ground become parched and break into cakes, all of which might be prevented.
While "eating together they [have] always felt embarrassed he, unsettled by her finickiness
and her curbed enjoyment, and, she, revolted by his energy and his fingers working the dal, his slurps and smacks" (IL 176).
The fashion sense and finickiness
were at odds with each other: no matter how sophisticated the hills and valleys of Ibadan, or how fashionable the Yoruba woman with a university degree, the fundamentals of the Yoruba stew would not change and the taste of a stew ground by hand with cold, hard stone could not be compromised.
I've never seen accuracy problems, or even finickiness
, with Special Varminters or Tropical rifles, both with heavy barrels.
22 Hornet rifles I haven't found much finickiness
This type of behavior, namely, rejection of motivationally relevant but less palatable items under conditions of deprivation, has been termed finickiness
(Pliner, Herman, & Polivy, 1990).
For commentators, statements about the Master's finickiness
might have called for an explanation.
banks have to cater to [parental] finickiness
, or they fail.