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Daemon
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hair-splittingly

With extremely minute, unimportant, or imperceptible differences or details. (Used before an adjective.) More...

Wilmar (USA)
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It's more common have someone use "split hairs", as in, let's not split hairs.
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tomcrossson
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I always heard the term as "splitting hairs." - TH
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