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(special) snowflake

A derisive term for a person (often a young person) who acts or is judged to act entitled to special treatment or opportunities. Generations of students before you have read this book with no gripes about its content, and you will too—you're not special snowflakes.
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snowflakes

verb
See snow
See also: snowflake
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Screen capture of a student created animation of the falling snowflakes.
Mathias Gergely and Timothy Garrett of the University of Utah used high-resolution snowflake images taken from seven snowstorms to ascertain the variations in aspect ratio, orientation, and diameter of the flakes.
Cut a square of any size for small or bigger snowflakes.
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on page 39 for helpful tips for making the Dresden plate snowflakes.
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The wild snowflakes, flowers of the genus Leucojum, are related to regular snowdrops, and albeit not protected species in Bulgaria, they are under a special regulatory regime for conservation.