• A minuet is a French waltz, a moment is a vague reference to a short unit of time ...
  • Minutes, also known as protocols, are the instant written record of a meeting or hearing. They often give an overview of the structure of the meeting, starting with a list of those present, a statement of the various issues before the participants, and each of their responses thereto. They are often created at the moment of the hearing by a typist or court recorder at the meeting, who may record the meeting in shorthand, and then prepare the minutes and issue them to the participants afterwards. Alternatively, the meeting may be audiorecorded or notes taken, and the minutes prepared later. However it is often important for the minutes to be brief and concentrate on material issues rather than being a verbatim report, so the minute-taker should have sufficient understanding of the subject matter to achieve this. The minutes of certain entities, such as a corporate board of directors, must be kept and are important legal documents. Moments:a particular time or period of success, excellence, fame, etc.
  • one has a men and one has a nut in the middle.
  • To my mind moments is the length of time it takes an intruder to kill an entire family, while minutes is a much much longer period of time more comparable to how long it takes the police to respond.
  • I am guessing you meant minutes not minuets?

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