The idiom "the devil is in the detail" refers to a catch or mysterious element
hidden in the details, and derives from the earlier phrase "God is in the detail" ...
An older, and slightly more common, phrase God is in the detail means that
attention paid to small things has big rewards, or that details are important. The
It's hard to say which came first - devil is in the details or god is in the details. ...
we can determine their origin in order to credit source and quote reference, which
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Definition of 'Devil is in the detail' from our dictionary of English idioms and
Jun 18, 2015 ... And it's most common variant "The devil is in the details. ... the history & origin of
a quote reminding us to pay attention to the details is vague on ...
Mar 30, 2008 ... Some say "The devil is in the details," meaning solutions break down ... post
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The devil's in the details refers to the fact that it is often the small details of
something that make it hard. The phrase often...
Sep 12, 2013 ... From Wikipedia: The idiom "the devil is in the detail" derives from the ... the
phrase "the devil is in the details" does not appear in print before ca.
Feb 25, 2012 ... According to wikipedia, The idiom "the devil is in the details" derives from the
earlier phrase, "God is in the detail;" expressing the idea that ...