- n. Plural form of haystack.
“* A.I. systems that uncover the needles in haystacks of data, from software bugs to hidden genes.”
“For the food: the day before the party some of the students and I made small cookies called haystacks (recipe to follow).”
“But, such wishful thinking leads nowhere; it amounts to the problem of simultaneously finding a million diamonds in a million multi-ton "haystacks" of identical looking cubic zirconia, and doing it quickly, thank you.”
“She used butterscotch chips and coconut and dry chow mein noodles and called them "haystacks".”
“The expansion area includes additional coral reefs (patch, pur and groove, and deep and wall), unusual "haystacks" of elkhorn coral, barrier reefs, sea grass beds, and sand communities, as well as algal plains, shelf edge, and other supporting habitats not included within the initial boundary.”
“But we’re essentially looking for needles in haystacks.”
““But we’re essentially looking for needles in haystacks.””
“Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.”
“Email a copy of 'Needles and haystacks and such.' to a friend”
“Indexed » Blog Archive » Needles and haystacks and such.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘haystacks’.
Words that describe the art of the impressionist era.
Fishing on the Susquehanna in July
by Billy Collins
I have never been fishing on the Susquehanna
or on any river for that matter
to be perfectly honest.
Looking for tweets for haystacks.