How To Use Tiny In A Sentence

  • One might be optimistic and say that, given it's their job to judge a book by the words on the page rather than by the stushie surrounding it, one can expect them to be more concentrated in the category of detached shruggers; one can expect a higher standard of scrutiny, surely. Hype Hype Hoorah!
  • In a 1983 ad, the Gillette man was depicted as the tiny weakling on a basketball court full of giants; his shaver, he said, helped him even the odds.
  • At the other end of the social scale were the king and a tiny group of powerful men, all of them rentiers who lived in style on the revenues of their great estates.
  • This is a gigantic behavior difference cued by one tiny and costless change in procedure.
  • The scrutiny is really high and people are so invested in it. The Sun
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  • But a tiny, naturally-occurring steviol glycoside constituent (about two to four percent of a whole leaf) of the plant, called rebaudioside A (also known as reb A, rebiana, stevia extract), was passed into Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) status by the FDA in 2008. Pooja R. Mottl: Can Stevia Solve Our Obsession With Sweetness?
  • The excruciating embarrassment of finding one's personal peccadillos exposed to public scrutiny makes kiss-and-tell the perfect vengeance-fodder.
  • The ministry says the tiny amounts of iodine-131 pose no threat to public health.
  • They had dogs of their own - a mastiff the size of a Humvee, and a tiny comma of a toy poodle.
  • He was wearing khakis and a shirt with tiny flowers on it, and his blond hair was freshly washed and flopped over one eye. LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY
  • Roughly two hours after they begin, Ralph, Begoña, and thirteen others are still dicing carrots into tiny cubes. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices
  • This company's workhorse is lemna, also known as duckweed-a tiny, aquatic clonal plant that doubles its biomass every 36 hours-and is skilled at making proteins that mammalian cells struggle, and often fail, to produce. News from The Scientist
  • Granted, we have reams of remote sensing data from that first investigation, including the information from the detailed dissection of the spider biot done by Dr. Laura Ernst. But the cosmonauts brought home only one artifact, a tiny piece of some kind of biomechanical flower whose physical characteristics had already irreversibly changed before any of its mysteries could be understood, We have nothing else in the way of souvenirs from that first excursion. Rama Revisited
  • Tiny figures huddled in sweatshops, toiling in unspeakable conditions.
  • Scented candles, especially the industrial strength and size that many people light around the holidays, give off more than fragrance-studies show they produce tiny bits of pollution known as particulates that can inflame the respiratory tract and aggravate asthma, Dr. Sublett says. msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
  • Pollen is dust gathered by bees from stamens and collected from the hives as tiny pellets.
  • At this stage of the Big Bang, the tiny expanding Universe is filled with radiation creating pairs of particles and antiparticles, and pairs of particles and antiparticles annihilating back into radiation.
  • His dark hair lay cropped close to his head like a monk's tonsure and his small black eyes sat deep within their sockets like tiny pieces of coal buried in a lump of snow.
  • You can walk the cobbled streets, visit the house where they lived and take a peep inside the tiny garden room where they studied. The Sun
  • The flesh contains tiny, edible seeds and you can even eat the skin.
  • A couple of weeks ago, while glassing four female Meneliks bushbuck two hundred yards away feeding in a tiny clearing during a pouring rain, a nice male stepped into view. Very Little Drops Dead
  • Isn't there something revolting about catering to the imagined needs of a tiny group of spoiled ladies, a Marie Antoinette–ish situation that reached its apotheosis when John Galliano showed his infamous clochard collection—the word means bum or hobo in French, and the tattered gowns, hand-stenciled to look filthy, trailed pots, pans, and other refuse—at the 1997 Dior haute couture show? Art in the Parks 3: Nan Kempner's Clothing
  • He feels boxed in, living in that tiny flat.
  • Each time a man stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.
  • It was a move sure to receive minute scrutiny in Brussels. Times, Sunday Times
  • A young sea captain's future is transformed as he encounters mutiny, adventure and a beautiful fugitive in this romantic thriller set during an epic voyage to Shanghai.
  • Sharing the tiny apartment were one of his grandmothers and a spinster aunt. Times, Sunday Times
  • The major pollutant in the area is particulates - tiny particles of dust or soot which get lodged in people's lungs and can damage health.
  • Her blood-red lips and hooded eyes, her large hands firmly grasping the wheel, all convey a woman in control of her destiny.
  • It was one of these dishes that are a tasting menu in and of themselves, giving you the sensory pleasures of a voluptuous feast - only in tiny, manageable portions.
  • It seemed that every bar, no matter how tiny, had wedged a trio of musicians into a corner - one singing, one playing guitar and another scratching out a raspy beat on the guiro, a hollow gourd played with a stick.
  • She also has a teeny-tiny musical quaver tattooed on her neck. Times, Sunday Times
  • For lipid overlay, 0.05 mM biotinylated phosphatidylethanolamine was incorporated to the preparation of PPM or IPM with a 1 / 200 molar ratio toward L-α-lysophosphatidylcholine. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • She says that when a caterpillar encases itself in its cocoon, tiny cells called imaginal cells begin to appear within the chrysalis. Love For No Reason
  • Why I must be a tiny part of others' life though I am such a nice person?
  • Not far short of the Oregon border, I stopped for a beer at a tiny townlet in a wilderness of sage that had a post office, a tavern and not much else.
  • It was like tiny little pinpoints of touch, slamming into my entire body.
  • Brown pelicans dive into glistening sapphire waves to grab tiny silvery fish that jump from the water then fall back with a soft plop.
  • On behalf of tiny snipers, we are delighted to invite you to join an iterative process of hematoid symposia to be held at the hinges of daily life. Dear Carl
  • The Cotton grass has tiny flowers with tufts of white silky hairs at the top of a stalk.
  • With a flick of invisible fingers it sent a tiny, blood-red stone skittering across the table to Tamani.
  • The researchers were therefore surprised to discover that foraminiferan tests sampled from the Challenger Deep contained calcareous components, including the dissolved remnants of coccoliths, the calcium carbonate plates of tiny algae called coccolithophores, and planktonic foraminiferan test fragments. innovations-report
  • Photo she sent us quite inaccurate -- she actually looks 12 not 14 & is tiny like a doll. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
  • Laugharne is a picturesque blend of genteel georgian houses and tiny cottages.
  • Retinyl palmitate requires enzymatic conversion of retinol to retinoic acid, making the availability limited.
  • Trackways found this year in South Korea show the marks of scores of tiny, milling brontosaurs, the size of calves. New Theories And Old Bones Reveal The Lifestyle Of The Dinosaur
  • Dr Dick Shaw explains how a tiny plant-eating predator can fight the superweed spread BBC - Ouch
  • These cells change their ultimate destiny, or fate, as the disc regenerates tissue so that, for example, instead of regenerating leg structures they form wing structures.
  • It was a fitting gown with long slits, black in color and had shiny small stones cut into tiny roses embroidered at the hem of the long skirt.
  • We meet in a tiny plush room in a posh London hotel which is the regular haunt for such interviews.
  • At length, perhaps, all are rewarded by the welcome sight of a tiny trickle in one corner, or perhaps the hole turns out a "duffer," and the weary, weary work must be commenced again in a fresh spot. Spinifex and Sand
  • For history buffs, nearly every community in the province has its own collection of historical exhibits displayed in tiny museums.
  • Obama "cherishes" a trinket and a book given to him by Gordon Brown, and he worships them like tiny gods by keeping them in a little pagan altar he set up in the Oval Office. Wonkette » top
  • The birthers may have reached and passed their peak, though, thanks to the scrutiny, the derisive laughter, and the backlash from the overkill on the part of the wingnuts in the mainstream media like Lou Dobbs. That Settles That
  • Existing foreign ownership of critical infrastructure will also be subject to fresh scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • I got quite used to tiny black Tussock birds pecking matter-of-factly at my shoes.
  • But as he formally became absolute monarch of the tiny South Pacific nation he offered to give up most of his powers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Those tiny little felt guys that I made for Amelia just before she was born have been loved a little and have ended up filthy and terribly pilled.
  • Lots of times words get perverted, too -- computer scientists who talk of "synchronous processes" have no idea what the actual definition in English of "synchronous" is -- they think it means "synchronized" -- and when they call putting millions of transistors on a tiny chip and call it Very Large Scale Integration, they're turned the phrase "large scale" on its very head. My mechanic Steve
  • I even epilate my face to get rid of any tiny dark hairs. The Sun
  • Do we hear the patter of tiny royal feet? Times, Sunday Times
  • They were not very varied in design and the emphasis was on good luck charms such as four-leaf clovers, horseshoes and wishbones, again set with tiny diamonds.
  • It uses two tiny comb-like structures (instead of fingers) laid one over each other.
  • The tiny village of Clonegal nestles in a picturesque valley, deep in the lush, rolling countryside where counties Carlow, Wexford and Wicklow meet.
  • True it is, that one can scarcely call _that_ education which teaches woman everything except herself, -- _except_ the things that relate to her own peculiar womanly destiny, and, on plea of the holiness of ignorance, sends her without one word of just counsel into the temptations of life. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 22, August, 1859
  • November 27, 2009 at 5:26 am ity bity tiny winy orange and white little kitty Classics: now with favorite buttons! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The highlight of President Bush’s European tour may well be his visit on Sunday to this tiny country, one of the few places left where he can bask in unabashed pro-American sentiment without a protester in sight. Someone Likes Him
  • The tiny, flickery viewscreen from a public matterfax at the Sont Mikaal gate station, with its scratched plastic case and the smudged dust of a dozen systems. 365 tomorrows » 2008 » May : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • I was mesmerized with his humanity, his tiny features and newborn mewl and with the fact that he was mine. Oh, Boy.
  • And in this scrutiny and disapproval my issues with class and otherness have resurfaced, again in relation to an academic environment.
  • But a tiny new system designed to monitor astronauts' health promises to take less of your blood than a mosquito bite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pub with the most atmosphere is tiny Turf Tavern, which you get to by following two long, creepy, almost unnavigable alleys off a winding back street.
  • Tea at a tiny inn sunk in a dell through which a sleepy lane trickled between high banks -- tea in the pocket garden under sweet-smelling limes, where stocks stood orderly and honeysuckle sprawled over the brick-nogging, brought back old days of happy fellowship, just to outshine their memory. Anthony Lyveden
  • Take the white of one egg, and measure just as much cold water; mix the two well, and stir stiff with confectioners 'sugar; add a little flavoring, vanilla, or almond, or pistache, and, for some candies, color with a tiny speck of fruit paste. A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl
  • Little tiny lace panties sold rolled up like ladyfingers, and in a myriad of gem tones, sit in a case on the front counter.
  • The two fish were paired with fresh vegetables and tiny fried potato globes, which were all brought nicely together by a rich cream sauce and punctuated with a brilliant red burst of caviar.
  • One of the girls had been to New York before, and fairly expertly navigated us to a tiny gay piano bar set in a tiny triangular building created by the intersection of grid lines and old Indian trails.
  • She was being ridiculous, isolating him like this, all because of one teensy tiny stupid little question that he wished he'd never asked!
  • Careful scrutiny of the company's accounts revealed a whole series of errors.
  • Eight men shared a tiny windowless area of the fish hold with four cardboard "bunks" resting on planks. Modern-day slavery: horrific conditions on board ships catching fish for Europe
  • The tiny beam of light flickered over the telephone - and back.
  • It can therefore pay to subject your verbal presentation to some extremely critical scrutiny before it reaches its final destination.
  • The smallest combat engineer in the security platoon, Bourgeois, 19, was constantly ribbed about being tiny.
  • Our great garden excitement is actual tiny strawberries appearing. Times, Sunday Times
  • It features all six films, all your favourite characters and all the classic scenes made out of the tiny bricks. The Sun
  • His essay ‘Our America’ sought to contest the cultural and linguistic destiny of America as a signifier.
  • Her argument doesn't really stand up to scrutiny.
  • If they do then it will revolutionise ideas about how much tiny babies can learn.
  • They would know that their statements are going to be subject to widespread scrutiny, rather than just skewed media scandalmongering.
  • Her head is swollen and her tiny stomach distended.
  • A NASA study found some clouds that form on tiny haze particles are not cooling the Earth as much as previously thought.
  • EXAMPLE: The street merchant is a skilled pitchman who can attract a crowd to his tiny sidewalk stand within less than a minute.
  • Tiny in numbers and fanatical in zeal. The Sun
  • The magic word Literacy campaigns push back the boundaries of ignorance and give people more chance of controlling their own destiny.
  • Chickens clucked about, scratching up dust into tiny dust devils with their claws.
  • Only a tiny percentage of students I have ever met have been to a seminar or a lecture.
  • The dash is nicely finished in silver metal effect and there are plenty of cubbyholes for storage, even a shelf above the driver's head, although the glovebox is tiny.
  • I felt a bit claustrophobic in the tiny room.
  • Sailing the Atlantic in such a tiny boat wasn't so much brave as foolhardy.
  • Michelle burst into a fit of giggles, rolling back onto her tiny bunk.
  • In some cases a scleral buckle, a tiny synthetic band, is attached to the outside of the eyeball to gently push the wall of the eye against the detached retina.
  • Two bars offer brisk service, and the bartenders will occasionally let you order up to four tiny drinks at a time, with rum, gin, vodka and rye on the menu.
  • There was just that constant tiny worried frown between her brows to show the strain.
  • It amounts to a dark basement with shelving filled with film cans, reel-to-reel winders, thousands of press clippings and photos, stickers, flyers, and a tiny radio.
  • What is possible for a large suburban congregation is out of the question for a tiny congregation in a rural situation.
  • Anthe is a tiny "moon" only about 1km (0.6 miles) in diameter, it lies between the moons Mimas and Enceladus. Tom's Astronomy Blog
  • Move on to complex appetizers like pheasant ballottine, a cylinder of braised meat surrounded by a savoury sauce and tiny little apples.
  • Putting it on is a rather simple affair, but unless you have tiny hands, there isn't much clearance between the fan and PCB to pinch the tab to remove the dongle.
  • The tiny arachnid, found in Australia, shows off a rainbow of colours to impress nearby females.
  • But Eddie's audacious comments about penalty do not stand up to scrutiny.
  • String theory is a complete description of reality even though we don't understand its predictions in some extreme situations, especially those that have something to do with the ultratiny expanding universe. The Reference Frame
  • Seen from above the cars looked tiny.
  • They observed how the tiny wings were fitted to the body.
  • Dust mites are tiny creatures, invisible to the naked eye.
  • Buildings of historic importance can be sold, but new owners cannot make substantive changes to them without serious scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • To discipline your character is to ensure a bright destiny. To pamper your character is to invite a bleak destiny. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Local ghillie David Dinsmore took a small party of Scouts to Addergoole river last Saturday, where all were surprised by the variety of tiny fish life that crawl, swim or wriggle on the river bed.
  • I carefully lifted the tiny beaker to Ash's mouth and poured it in, then covering his mouth and nose, forcing him to halfheartedly swallow it.
  • She said the tiny lights I kept seeing were the apparition's energy. Times, Sunday Times
  • First the candy: Known as Mozart Kugeln, packed in a delightful red tin with tiny portraitures of the composer, these are deluxe confections exquisitely filled with marzipan, made from "fresh green pistachios, almonds and rich hazelnut-nougat, enrobed with delicious milk and bitter chocolates. Rozanne Gold: Tastes of the Week
  • UC Berkeley physicist Richard Packard and grad student Emile Hoskinson managed to hear the quantum vibrations, known as quantum whistles, of a supercold condensed fluid as it's pushed through an array of tiny holes 1,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. Boing Boing: January 23, 2005 - January 29, 2005 Archives
  • I spun out of their satiny caress and ran straight into a hard body. Darkness Becomes Her
  • A tiny hut that looks abandoned gives up the little gateman, who steps outside, smiles, and holds the key to the hefty padlock. San Blas, Nayarit
  • Instead of building large numbers of tiny, free-floating robots to manufacture products, it would be more practical to use simple robot-arms in nanotech factories of the future.
  • Most of the paintings are about 3¼ by 4 inches in size, captioned by four lines of Latin text with oversize, illuminated capitals and surrounded by wide borders of tiny bryony leaves on coiling vines. A Most Illuminating Show of Medieval Manuscript Pages
  • These tiny blue-green algae refashioned their world by excreting oxygen while using hydrogen from water.
  • I got in the shower, the hot water seemed to away a tiny bit of my stress and hurt, though not much.
  • The 1970s seemed to be the age of the groupuscules, the tiny, fissiparous radical activist groups which spread across Western Europe.
  • It was like saying that tiny ripples and monster waves propel surfers with equal momentum. Christianity Today
  • It is astonishing to see these tiny birds engaged in such a fierce aerial battle. Times, Sunday Times
  • So, on any test of scrutiny or deference, there is no arguable reason for suggesting that this point of the claimant makes the determination assailable.
  • a tiny but assured income
  • Researchers have hope for tiny parasitic wasps from Asia, which scientists are studying to see if they can be hungrily effective if introduced in the U.S. The wasps lay their eggs within the stink bugs' own egg masses. Out of Odor: Offensive-Smelling Bugs Put U.S. Farmers on the Defensive
  • Swallowtails, cabbage whites, skippers, and orange sulphurs follow scent trails to the tiny patches of flowers blooming furiously in the middle of the city.
  • By morning just a tiny trace of red lippy was left. The Sun
  • As the younger became more wilful and wayward, making the most of her privileged status, the elder became more withdrawn, worried about her destiny.
  • There are growing concerns about a lack of scrutiny and measurement of voluntourism, as more commercial tour operators enter what was previously the realm of non-profit organisations.
  • Tellingly, commercial shipping appears not to receive the same degree of attention or scrutiny.
  • Hippocampus severnsi is distinguished from congeners in having a combination of: extremely small size (height 13 mm, standard length 15 mm); 12 trunk rings; 27 tail rings; reduced ossification of inferior and ventral trunk ridges; 14 dorsal fin rays; 10 pectoral fin rays; anal fin small or absent; medium length snout which lacks a bulbous tip; raised, angular coronet; single gill opening on midline directly behind coronet supported by raised cleithral bone; scattered tubercles on trunk and tail; predominant colour dark brown (sometimes slightly marbled) with large, bright red patch covering dorsolateral surfaces of trunk rings 1-4; tiny white dots scattered all over; pale posterior section of tail with dark transverse bands. Practical Fishkeeping news (RSS)
  • A tiny fishing boat was drifting slowly along.
  • All her images of a tiny waif locked in the attic seemed suddenly foolish and fantastic.
  • Fay asked as she corked the tiny little glass bottle of black ash.
  • The failing to do this is the greatest mistake of the present generation, for if girls be capable of nothing but morbid sentiment or what we term flirtation, they will naturally look to matrimony as their destiny and as a means of support -- a self-abasement from which no woman can fully recover, even under the most favorable circumstances. How to Train Girls.
  • Jim sat down under a flowering tree in a patch of tiny white blossoms and faced the shimmering waters of the river.
  • To lead a hymn, to facilitate a Sunday School Class discussion, to preach in a tiny chapel, or to listen to a troubled soul, is not at all boring.
  • If acidification kills tiny sea snails known as pteropods, as it is likely to, the Pacific salmon that feed upon these planktonic creatures may also die.
  • Bonaparte could only fulfil what he called his destiny, by continual agitation; and this was well understood by himself and by his enemies. A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon For the Use of Schools and Colleges
  • And not only the punters: TV's Angular Ex-England Fast Bowler Punditry Eminence could be seen holding court in raddled picnic pose, a tiny plastic Viking hat on his head. Sozzled - how English cricket got lost in drink | Barney Ronay
  • Like a tiny seed, the strength of his convictions slowly began to shrivel. SEA MUSIC
  • Now the Russians have stepped in and offered to bung the tiny island some currency. The Sun
  • For an endoscopy, a thin tube with a tiny camera inside it is put down your throat and into your esophagus so the doctor can look at it.
  • At one point, a tiny disturbance was noted on the far horizon, and the group began to panic, thinking that an enemy force was hunting them down.
  • We all get totally hammered on tiny amounts of the local rice wine, and stay up way past our bedtimes at the Hoài Café.
  • The tiny window was the only source of light.
  • Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny. C. S. Lewis 
  • And for new parents worried about SIDS? Tiny wired pajamas.
  • A tiny fishing boat was drifting slowly along.
  • Rare "misprinted" Denver Mint $5 bill with a tiny picture of Dick Cheney sitting in the chair at the Lincoln Memorial Joseph Minton Amann and Tom Breuer: I'll Gladly Stimulate Your Economy for $600
  • It is similar to a heart pacemaker, sending tiny electrical currents, which in some patients reduces physical tremor and restores control of the limbs. Times, Sunday Times
  • A repetitive set-top game called Search for the Spear of Destiny requires a beginner's level of dexterity, and delivers trivial lost-civilization factoids as reward cookies for successful play.
  • We've got tiny little radios that we can put on the honey possums now.
  • • Le Trianon, avenue des Bains, Parc des Thermes, Allevard, +33 4 7671 9617, letrianon-allevard.frAlsace surprises the visitor, not just with the strange Germanic dialect and its colourful half-timbered gingerbread houses clustered in tiny villages surrounded by rolling vine-clad hills, but also with some of the country's finest cuisine. Budget bourguignon: cheap eats in France
  • Flow velocity increases, and the increased energy detaches more soil particles and transports them in tiny channels called rills.
  • The broccoli now has a tiny purple flower head, so hopefully that will grow nicely and I can have some home grown!
  • There's no need to make a song and dance about a tiny scratch on the car.
  • Your tots will be the coolest kids on the playground once they get their tiny hands on threads from Little Ruler. Little Ruler Clothing for Trendy Little Tykes
  • Keepers have hand-reared some of the spiderlings from tiny eggs. The Sun
  • They're tiny knitted creatures, with spindly legs and multicoloured bodies, and snapping at their heels is a gnarly-looking wolf in sheep's clothing. The graffiti knitting epidemic
  • It is then picked up by tiny pieces of recycled glass in the lime plaster on the walls. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dress was full of lace and ribbons and was satiny.
  • The lightness of heart which had dressed them in masquerade habits, had decorated their tents, and assembled them in fantastic groups, appeared a sin against, and a provocative to, the awful destiny that had laid its palsying hand upon hope and life. II.6
  • There was a tiny old Asian lady sitting on the beach putting pebbles in a metal bowl.
  • Copy a URL from a browser window or wherever, type % _tarrow in an IM window, and hit enter - you'll send a tinyarro. ws shortened version of the URL. Softpedia - Windows - All
  • We sat and watched the screen as it fizzed black and white shapes that during the course of the last three hours had scrambled my tiny mind.
  • It appears that there was a slight leak right from the beginning, just a tiny drip but anyone who's been around kerosene will know that a tiny drip makes an enormous pong.
  • A tiny wire is threaded through a vein to the heart.
  • Matt followed Katherine's lead and moved out onto the tiny foredeck of the sloop.
  • Jim Koch loves to talk about little companies that take on the Big Guys: artisanal-cheese makers who battle importers, the microdistillers who taunt liquor giants — and, most of all, the tiny microbrewer who elbows aside industry behemoths with a full-flavored beer and a well-crafted marketing pitch. Beer Baron
  • I had a feeling that his logic would not bear close scrutiny but was too numb to argue with the ancient greenkeeper.
  • It is immoral and absurd to shackle all citizens because of the feared imprudence or disastrous luck of a tiny percentage.
  • The diamonds he watches so closely are not the rocks on the rings of the rich and famous, they are tiny grains of pure carbon coating the blades, polishers and shapers the company produces.
  • As he looked down at his tiny godson, the infant opened his eyes, turned his head, and stared straight up at the glass screen. DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY
  • (T) he policy shift by Wells Fargo follows others over the last two years, including moves by Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citibank, to increase scrutiny of lending to companies involved in mountaintop removal -- or to end the lending altogether. William S. Becker: Climate Action: Part 2 - Down to Business
  • I know it is somewhat uneventful, but I should point out that should one of the pins get bent, you are going to have a heck of a time unbending it, as the pins are extremely closely spaced together and quite tiny.
  • This is what you call controlling your own destiny - something most people including everyone here don't have the backbone to do. undefined
  • A host of excitable angels crowds around the manger's tiny, brightly lit doll. Times, Sunday Times
  • Benjamin's scrutiny of Matisse is thus complex, shifting, and polyvalent, while at times even seeming to work against his own claims.
  • Plucky Anna bounces back from her ordeal the next morning, so eager is she to get a Van Gogh back to the nice lady who deserves it, but a Romanian tycoon dispatches a tiny hit woman to steal the painting away. Touch of Evil
  • He wants to be in control of his own destiny.
  • Inside, the tiny creature skidded to a halt on the marble floor, terrified by the sudden din of the gathering.
  • Bill perceived a tiny figure in the distance.
  • Apparently with parties and spray tans to think about, that little detail escaped her tiny mind. The Sun
  • We invent a false name, invent a destiny, purchase a firearm through the mall.
  • Traditional red colouring includes kermes and cochineal, both of which are pigments made by crushing masses of tiny insects.
  • I can best describe this book as a series of masterclasses at which we are, mercifully, not required to put our executant talents under scrutiny.
  • : This game features a tiny dragon who gains power and grows stronger each time he "scorches" something in his path. News
  • But he could come under video scrutiny after elbowing another player in the head during the final quarter.
  • Of course, it is not just audit regulation that has been under scrutiny in 1992.
  • In the cot next to his was a tiny baby who had been born 12 weeks premature, she recalls.
  • Negative emotions, such as the feelings of hatred, meanness, low self-esteem and confidence, and pessimism, create an unpleasant person and a bleak destiny. Dr T.P.Chia 

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