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Obsolete (of beer, etc.) of low alcoholic strength


All else being equal, smaller is usually preferable in sustainable building. Larger buildings and spaces require more materials and energy to construct and use more resources to heat, cool, and maintain.

What does it mean when you dream about being small?

If something looks small and distant in a dream, it may be something related to an experience way back in the dreamer’s past. This was an interpretation put forward by Sigmund Freud. (See also Little, Shrink).


Functional, lazy, untyped.

["SMALL - A Small Interactive Functional System", L. Augustsson, TR 28, U Goteborg and Chalmers U, 1986].


A toy language used to illustrate denotational semantics.

["The Denotational Description of Programming Languages", M.J.C. Gordon, Springer 1979].
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They got pleasure from putting me down and trying to make me feel small.
But they were made to feel small by these two dummies at Arnie's Planet Hollywood restaurant in Beverly Hills yesterday.
Remembering the fury, it is up to us, even Though we feel small compared to the loose Ocean, to keep sailing and not land, And figure out what to say to our children.
say they can feel small clumps of atoms and are working toward sensing them one by one.
Inside, the 20- by 40-foot house doesn't feel small becauser the bathroom, kitchen, and sleeping loft are grouped at one end, leaving a large open space for the living-dining room.
Since their boys left home she no longer seems to care who hears her putting him down and I think she enjoys making him feel small.
Men had all the power and if they wanted you to feel small they would say things like, 'Get back to the zoo and come back when you're not so ugly.
We don't have players who are afraid and we don't feel small against the big opponents.
The survey shows 90% of Business Link advisers feel small businesses are not ready for the changes in law coming into force in October, which make age discrimination illegal in the workplace, whether in relation to hiring younger or older staff, promotion or who goes on training courses.
The feeling was of something so vast it made you feel small.