factlet


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factlet

- A piece of trivia.
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But it was a nice factlet which painted a Caspar David Friedrich image of vision and space.
Few read it, but she got some press because she wrote it on her BlackBerry while she was traveling, a factlet that turned into a story itself and then into a sideshow story about how fast she could scribble on the device.
ATNEWYORK editor Tom Watson on market research projections: "I have not seen a business plan, and I see hundreds every year, without a Jupiter or Forrester factlet in it.
An interesting factlet. Hugh continues to tell pals that he's had enough of acting and would love a crack at producing or even directing.
Bartlett's biography is stuffed with such entertaining factlets.
There are now 'factlets', which are distinguished from factoids in that they are true but completely arcane and useless.
More factlets. The average age for grooms in England and Wales rose from 24.6 years (brides 22.6) in 1971 to 30.6 (brides 28.4) in 2001.
I owe readers a sincere apology for pushing Fiddling The Facts for the National as the old mare had had one too many battles and has been retired to make small Fiddling The Factlets.