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This I can assert as a fact, that those distinctions are perceived by the angels in heaven as to their minutiae.
THE DELIGHTS OF WISDOM PERTAINING TO CONJUGIAL LOVEEMANUEL SWEDENBORG
I am very close and careful you see, in all minutiae; always was,—pave 'em with rubbish and stones, 6d.
THE CAXTONS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
There is no need to go through the minutiae of the struggle.
THE CANADIAN PORTRAIT GALLERY VOLUME 3JOHN CHARLES DENT
This Sunday morning she was very busy with domestic minutiae.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
She seemed to understand his trials by instinct, and even the minutiae of his work made themselves curiously clear to her.
THAT LASS O' LOWRIE'SFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Why were all others so cheerfully absorbed in the minutiae of their lives, and he so painfully ill at ease?
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
And yet here, among the familiar difficult minutiae of home, what a lightness he felt.
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Much of the minutiae of the original writing is more or less microscopic, and from that reason passes unobserved by the forger.
DISPUTED HANDWRITINGJEROME B. LAVAY
Despite the ominousness of the times, Mercer continued with the daily routine, the minutiae of which filled his journal.
THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF MARLBOROUGH, VIRGINIAC. MALCOLM WATKINS
If there is the slightest mistake in the form of these precious documents, the clerk is terrified, for he lives on such minutiae.
BUREAUCRACYHONORE DE BALZAC

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