• The noun MINUTENESS has 2 senses:
hence the minuteness of detail in the painting
Letter of his to any member of his Family (and he wrote to one or other of them almost every day) in which he does not refer specifically to her state of health; and when she is at all seriously ill he gives details of her symptoms with a minuteness which is quite pathetic.
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Search through millions of crossword puzzle answers to find crossword clues with the answer MINUTENESS. Type the crossword puzzle answer, not the clue, below. Optionally, type any part of the clue in the "Contains" box. Click on clues to find other crossword answers with the same clue or find answers for the .There are many grand things, events, and people that I have encountered in my life, but the day of hiking the Grand Canyon down and up with my Canadian friend several years ago stands out. It was awesome to be able to face that ancient and grand creation of nature and at the same time to feel our minuteness in contrast with that rocky giant. I took this photo on Silver Bridge over the Colorado River – at the bottom of the Canyon, facing the lengthy journey (9.5 miles = 15.3 km) up the Bright Angel Trail to reach the top before the inevitable arrival of darkness.Nanotechnology involves such a steep descent into the minutenessof matter that it was considered science fiction until a few yearsago. Nanometers are 100 times smaller than the fine lines computercompanies currently etch on silicon chips, 5,000 times smaller thana human hair. At that level, scientists are manipulating clumps ofatoms and sometimes individual atoms. Nature of the contents of the cells before aggregation--Various causeswhich excite aggregation--The process commences within the glands andtravels down the tentacles-- Description of the aggregated masses andof their spontaneous movements--Currents of protoplasm along the wallsof the cells--Action of carbonate of ammonia--The granules in theprotoplasm which flows along the walls coalesce with the centralmasses--Minuteness of the quantity of carbonate of ammonia causingaggregation--Action of other salts of ammonia--Of other substances,organic fluids, &c.--Of water--Of heat--Redissolution of the aggregatedmasses--Proximate causes of the aggregation of the protoplasm--Summaryand concluding remarks--Supplementary observations on aggregation inthe roots of plants...Pages 38-65