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Use "minutiae" in a sentence
"What I stumbled to convey by employing the word "minutiae" is the fact that we hardcore these days often have our nose pressed up so tight against the glass that we can't see out the window."
"I am afraid that kind of minutiae is not my responsibility, though I admit your name does sound familiar."
"In most academic classes, a lot of dense factual and conceptual information can come at you rapid-fire, and when one is taking 15 – 19 credit hours, I know that I certainly could not have recalled minutiae from a spare outline, even if I had been fully engaged."