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little brother

[′lid·əl ′brəth·ər]
(meteorology)
A subsidiary tropical cyclone that sometimes follows a more severe disturbance.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Noah Chesworth saved the day when little brother Ethan got his hand trapped in an escalator.
The brave youngster smacked his little brother on the back three times to dislodge the blockage.
Follow the story of Aladdin's little brother, Xavier, as he seeks to win over his true love, Aisha, and end the villainy of an evil conductor.
The Biggest Little Brother is exactly that; offering a main character in Sowa that wants to be helpful and is so excited to welcome this new member of the family.
"The Biggest Little Brother" is exactly that; offering a main character in Sowa that wants to be helpful and is so excited to welcome this new member of the family.
Another novel that takes as its premise the idea that teenage boys are nearly hopeless, often brutal animals, deserted by their parents and devoid of any finer graces, it follows sixteen-year-old Urgle as he leaves Ilkuma Pit and ventures into the unknown forest to save his little brother. Ultimately, Urgle's quest ends with him discovering courage and earning his symbolic manhood.
CHILDREN'S favourite Peppa Pig and her little brother George are making a return visit to visit to Wrexham to give local youngsters a half term treat.
Dear Coleen, MY WHOLE family favour my little brother over me.
Growing up, he was gone for all of my upbringing and most of my little brother Gary's.
It was through this kind of relationship that Michael Atkinson, a teaching colleague who introduced me to Cory Doctorow's writing, came to me for ideas for some sort of project around his popular young adult novel Little Brother (2008).
"While Little Brother is narrowly focused on terrorism and the responses to it, Homeland deals with problems less amenable to clear solutions.