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Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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Once known as one of the easiest tracks on the British Open championship circuit - it has hosted the Open three times previously, including 1978's renowned 'Duel in the Sun' with Watson and Nicklaus - it is now baring teeth.
A hairless, beady-eyed circus trainer, sporting an elegant red, white, and blue costume, smiles in a self-satisfied manner, seemingly oblivious to a fearsome brown bear baring teeth and claws behind him.
big dog growls at my side, baring teeth whiter than bone.