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

Small

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).

SMALL

(1)
Functional, lazy, untyped.

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

SMALL

(2)
A toy language used to illustrate denotational semantics.

["The Denotational Description of Programming Languages", M.J.C. Gordon, Springer 1979].
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"That way they aren't made to feel small," says Ms.
Both Sweden and the UK feel small vessels with a historically small catch will be discriminated against as the vessel capacity permitted per Member State will be based on landing more than 10 tonnes of any mixture of deep-sea species in 1998, 1999 or 2000.
One who testified declared, "Phil's substance was wide and deep," and cited as most apt in Phil's case, "A great man can make any man feel small. A truly great man can make every man feel great." Another said, "Phil, was kind, successful, but most of all a friend." Yet another recounted a conversation he and Phil had had about creating a legacy.
We so often feel small and weak, inadequate, a minority, for the most part marginalized and ignored in modern society.
The other songs, such as "How Is It (We Are Here)," "Don't You Feel Small," "It's Up to You," and the concluding "Balance," share a similar feeling of unaffected directness.
Love--what one narrator calls "a word from a dead language"--functions in Rakusa's postmodern world as focal point for a reappraisal of sexual politics and metaphor for established power of whatever sort: "He who swings the whip may not despair"; "At least behave as though the status quo were the most peaceful of all possibilities"; "made to feel small, smaller, smallest, as gnomes we are controllable."
Brower thinks this skewed self-perception may repreent a reversal of anorexia nervosa, in which individuals -- almost always female -- compulsively diet to the point of starvation because they never feel small or thin enough.
Experience what it's like to be in the world of Ant Man and the Wasp by entering the binocular-inspired tunnel that will definitely make you feel small just like your favorite tiny heroes.
Like, just giggle.' But it made me feel small. He wouldn't have done that to the lead male."
'But it does feel small. It has never felt like a massive blockbuster.