Even though it may seem miniscule at the time, each symptom may alert your doctor to a food allergy or sensitivity that may be connected to your RA flare-ups.
Keep in mind the size of your developing baby's internal organs; the miniscule amounts of pesticides and preservatives that are present in the foods you eat aren't so miniscule when compared to the tiny organs trying to process the toxins.
Makeover programs shows have people believing that this - the makeover and after effects - can happen to them too when in reality only a miniscule fraction of the country's population will actually qualify and participate.
Because moissanite is grown in a laboratory, it lacks natural flaws,such as mineral inclusions and crystal fractures, but it can contain miniscule white ribbons that occur during the crystal's growth.
Prongs: Modern jewelers are able to precisely fashion the tips of prongs into miniscule hearts that are a fun accent to an art deco ring design without overwhelming the ring's geometry.
Whether or not the money in the escrow account earns any interest is up to your lender or servicer, but most mortgage companies that do pay interest only pay miniscule amounts.
Handbags are so extreme in size these days - some are large enough to pack a weekend's worth of clothing, while others are so miniscule they just barely hold a few coins.
While a "solitaire" initially means a single stone, many jewelers market rings as solitaires even though they may use miniscule diamond chips as accents or embellishments.
First, it is important to realize that in the video game industry, much like in the film industry, an idea is a miniscule part of the whole package.
Naturally occurring moissanite crystals are too miniscule for use in jewelry, and it wasn't until a lab process was created to grow large, single crystals that moissanite became a practical choice for engagement rings and other adornments.