to perfection


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Adv.1.to perfection - in every detail; "the new house suited them to a T"
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But for those who are not artists, and to whom there is no mode of life but the actual life of fact, pain is the only door to perfection.
My Lord, your own wisdom has taught me to aspire to One even more great, more beautiful, and more closely approximate to Perfection than yourself.
The judgments of many must unite in the work; EXPERIENCE must guide their labor; TIME must bring it to perfection, and the FEELING of inconveniences must correct the mistakes which they inevitably fall into in their first trials and experiments.
related how Sir John Herschel, having been despatched to the Cape of Good Hope for the purpose of making there some astronomical calculations, had, by means of a telescope brought to perfection by means of internal lighting, reduced the apparent distance of the moon to eighty yards
Birds Eye is expanding its Bake to Perfection range into shellfish with the launch of three king prawn variants this month.
He does call us to perfection, but only through His grace.
Her paintings point to perfection for those like her, already secure and centered enough to imagine it.
We began recommending Insight Direct's software in 1998," said Michael Katzenberger, CEO, Maid to Perfection.