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Levi-Montalcini’s bedroom discoveries were the turning point in humankind’s understanding that our nervous system is minutely shaped by death.
Page by page, Woolever diminishes Bourdain’s celebrity in favor of the minutely observed, the subjective and contradictory, composing the story on a human scale and leaving the legend aside.
Daneri is using the Aleph to write a terrible poem that minutely and pointlessly describes everything on earth.Is Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ Our Generation’s ‘1984’?|Stefan Beck|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Polonsky's work is so minutely detailed that it doesn't lend themselves to easy description.
If you wish, I will send a copy of the certificate of the duty done by this engine, which states very minutely every circumstance.Life of Richard Trevithick, Volume II (of 2)|Francis Trevithick
And this becomes sufficiently obvious when the circumstances attending the exhaustion of the soil are minutely examined.
But it would be digressing beyond a proper boundary, to go minutely into this subject here.
But when more minutely examined, it becomes apparent that the facts on which it is founded are of a very uncertain character.
The eye is fitted both to gaze at the stars millions of miles away and minutely examine objects only a few inches distant.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward