(1) He is as gruff as a bulldog's bark, yet underneath the hoary rock 'n' roll bluster, Lemmy, author of songs such as ├ö├ç├┐Die You Bastard,├ö├ç├û is curiously old fashioned and a stickler for good manners.(2) But Waugh is a stickler for the protocol of language, manners and tradition.(3) I shook it, but could tell from the way her eyes twinkled that she was anything but a stickler for formality.(4) After all, you were always such a stickler for accuracy.(5) a stickler for accuracy(6) I am a stickler for details, and I always seem to need to know the reason behind things, the motivation that inspired certain actions, the purpose behind plans and course of actions, the meaning of it all.(7) He proved an enthusiastic chorister and server in the parish churches, and was a stickler for the traditions of the Church of England.(8) I'm actually a stickler for the rules of the road and I always try really hard to drive at the speed limit in urban areas (although I get really annoyed with drivers who drive under the speed limit).(9) I'm a stickler when it comes to timekeeping(10) Would Egypt's most successful general, a stickler for tradition, have wished to be associated with a woman co-regent, even a woman as strong as Hatshepsut?(11) I am a stickler for objectivity in journalism, but I had started out with the impression that I would be dealing with a world of half-truths, stretched laws and dodgy dealings.(12) a stickler when it comes to timekeeping(13) Rough and tough, Neale asked a lot and was a stickler for perfection.(14) He was also, however, a stickler for truth and accuracy, and this might have led to his death.(15) She wondered if she should sign it to authenticate it, but Irving, never much of a stickler for authenticity, replied, apparently, ├ö├ç├┐that she knew who drew it, and so did I, and that was good enough├ö├ç├û.(16) She was a stickler for formality and any transgression against the rules and regulations angered her.