Trekkies are defensive about the minutiae of their sacred source material, sometimes to the point of pretension.
But to go into details—to relate the minutiae—is too agonizing!
But it is unnecessary to trace these studies in all their minutiae.
I had not time enough myself to attend to the minutiae of the army.
But whether the story is true in all its minutiae or not, it matters but little.
The general assembly of the people was utterly unsuited to the proper management of state affairs in all their minutiae.
Now, of the minutiae of grammar, scarcely any man ever attained a just knowledge, who was acquainted with only one language.
As it did not suit his purpose, however, to let all the minutiae of his craft be known, his answer was evasive.
An instinctive respect for minutiae has thus been inculcated, and has gradually extended to all the affairs of life.
O Belford, if thou knowest what love is, thou wilt be able to account for these minutiae.