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“And to the dumdum who snarked oh-so-cleverly that this is "minutae": not only does this post tell me something I had NO knowledge of in 20 years of union membership-ficore status-but it's pretty damned fasinating as a lesson in politics and people's perceptions of right/wrong vis a vis union dealings.”
“Much of the book seemed taken up with the minutae of the everyday lives of several scientists which, although written well, did not seem to signify much.”
“They underscored that the two are very similar and both have the same hangups with minutae.”
“Married life and the minutae of deciding whose turn it is to do dishes, walk the dog, change a diaper?”
“The net result was we didn't learn much, other than the minutae of voting for Minnesota's cigarette tax increase.”
“They'd never dream of attending conferences about arcane inconsequential minutae, ever, would they?”
“As devoted to the minutae as you politicians are, I would think you could at least start the process of speaking.”
“The minutae of how God, in His omniscence and omnipotence, established Creation, is beyond the limits of my human intelligence.”
“Bungled telephone wires in Williamsburg, torn street art in the Lower East Side, a rusting grate in Clinton Hill, all minutae which are easy to miss.”
“But the outfielder said there's plenty of other places to get either "drama and controversy," or daily updates on the minutae of Yankee spring training.”
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