We have no statistics on that,” one told me, “but the number is now miniscule, if any.
The differences between Gray and Bowser and even Catania are miniscule.
In other words, it has gone from a miniscule category to a pretty small category when compared to bourbon, tequila, rum or vodka.
I had to work terribly hard to try to infuse some miniscule bit of humor into it.
The difference between 96,000 and 100,000 jobs is miniscule from a statistical point of view.
Likewise, foreign aid is a miniscule fraction of federal finances.
These miniscule declines should not provide fodder for people who want to gut the program.
I don't see how that happens, so we'd be best served to recognize the miniscule chances of entitlements being touched.
Subsequent shipments had been “OKd in advance,” but these purportedly consisted only of defensive weapons in “miniscule amts.”
The room was a sort of bedroom and dressing room, with a miniscule toilet and shower beyond.