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How to use minuscule in a sentence
In a preliminary study that has not yet been reviewed by other researchers, Ristenpart and his team found that homemade cotton masks can shed minuscule particles as people breathe.Dust can infect animals with flu, raising coronavirus concerns | Erin Garcia de Jesus | August 24, 2020 | Science News For Students
They are highly susceptible to disturbances from everything from stray magnetic fields to the minuscule imperfections in the control electronics or materials used to build the device.New Algorithm Paves the Way Towards Error-Free Quantum Computing | Edd Gent | August 14, 2020 | Singularity Hub
They predicted a similarly minuscule drop for September, to just over 10 percent.What Economists Fear Will Happen Without More Unemployment Aid | Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux | August 11, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
Radioactivity revealed a new sort of energy, of vast quantity, hidden within the most minuscule components of matter — the parts that made up atoms.How understanding nature made the atomic bomb inevitable | Tom Siegfried | August 6, 2020 | Science News
Here and there, clumps of particles have created galaxies and stars, but these are just minuscule specks on an otherwise unblemished cosmic canvas.
An appearance here during his 1993 comeback tour was cancelled following minuscule ticket sales.
Hawking radiation for realistic black holes is a minuscule effect, and the bigger the black hole, the less radiation there is.
Out of that minuscule number of bisexual roles, only two were male characters.
The result is a far more advanced effort that features an investment in offices and staff that makes GOP efforts look minuscule.Fight Over the Ground Game in Iowa Could Swing the Senate | Ben Jacobs | August 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Havens thinks that the cost differences for consumers will be minuscule, according to rough model calculations.
None the less it must be said for them that they take fairly good care of their minuscule quadrupeds.Corea or Cho-sen | A (Arnold) Henry Savage-Landor
But some confusions of letters occur frequently in copies of uncial originals, and others in copies of minuscule originals.Introduction to the Study of History | Charles V. Langlois
It is a large folio, finely written in a neat minuscule, mainly Saxon hand, with uncial initials in two columns.Illuminated Manuscripts | John W. Bradley
It seemed highly unconvincing, later, because some long-delayed perception produced a reaction in the dinies' minuscule brains.Attention Saint Patrick | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
That's not a gigantic number, but it's not a minuscule one, either.Little Brother | Cory Doctorow
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