- n. Plural form of snowflake.
“Throughout his career, he kept voluminous documentation, everything from notes about why he cast each congressional vote to some 20,000 short memos to staff, fellow officials and himself, which he dubbed "snowflakes.”
“But Rumsfeld insists that this memo, which raises more questions than makes statements, is really just a reflection of his management style, of the way he likes to drop what he calls snowflakes, little pointed memos on his staff, to try to get them to think in big ways about old problems.”
“In the case of the Super 8mm film - the pattern that looks like random "snowflakes" is actually mold that is eating the emulsion of the film and is not removable or restorable, in fact it has been cleaned up to the best extent possible.”
“I ended up with 6 full-size and 1 half-size snowflakes from the recipe, which called for a 10-cup bundt pan.”
“Surprisingly, the exact reason for the threefold symmetry of triangular snowflakes is still a mystery.”
“The reason people use the EF on snowflakes is due to the claims Dembski makes as to its efficacy.”
“One was the written technique, where he would send out these memos, which became known as snowflakes, and, pretty soon, they became a blizzard, which had everybody running around down at the Central Command headquarters.”
“With the Pentagon saying farewell to Donald Rumsfeld, the defense secretary for the last six years, we can only wonder whether those who work there will miss what they called his snowflakes — the white sheets of paper filled with questions that provide the colorful opening of Mr. Woodward’s book.”
“A prolific memo writer -- he pens so many they're known as "snowflakes" -- Rumsfeld typically poses long-range questions for Pentagon colleagues to ponder.”
“There's a distinct air of Pac-Man about it, as you gobble dots on roads that need to be added, drive to "snowflakes" -- worth 50 points in the Waze system -- to improve routes, and spot special high-value icons like cherries.”
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