Lilliputians


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Lilliputians

race of pygmies living in fictitious kingdom of Lilliput. [Br. Lit.: Gulliver’s Travels]
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I say lackluster because how can a scarred, weary and skinny 41-year-old impose his will on a 29-year-old strongman that is, admittedly, the PBA's only certified giant both in bulk and height in a league of lilliputians?
When Gulliver returned to London from Lilliput, he used to warn people to move aside to avoid being harmed by him for he thought that he was still living with the Lilliputians. Habits are difficult to overcome.
Football does not require height as could be inferred from the fact that some of the best football players in the recent past are lilliputians such as Maradona, Messi and even Neymar.
In it, we can see at work the incredible Lilliputians who make the magic happen JS*171652836
In fact, lovers of the APC in the state have been sending feelers to the governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi to be wary of some politicians and civil servants who are Lilliputians and dwarfs that cannot win their polling booths let alone Oke-Ogun axis of the state.
The Big Giant was slowly craned onto his raft at Canning Dock, while the Lilliputians who operate him stood in a line along the waterfront.
WHILE all eyes will soon be on the Giants, let's also hear it for those unsung heroes who will be keeping the show on the road - the Lilliputians!
l e e " Lilliput's followers are mainly women of all ages and are known as Lilliputians. They are mostly American but she also has fans in the UK, Europe, Australia and Singapore.
In the first book he satirises the little people or Lilliputians for their petty small mindedness but in his second book, to which your writer refers - the Brobdignagians giants are wonderful, generous warm-hearted people, and I quite like the thought of living in a country like that.
From the beginning of his encounters with the Lilliputians, Gulliver is focused on language.
The Lilliputians of environmental regulation; the perspective of state regulators.
Leprechauns rather than Lilliputians greet Albert Sharpe at the bottom of a wishing well.