little giant


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little giant

[′lid·əl ′ji·ənt]
(mining engineering)
A jointed iron nozzle used in hydraulic mining.
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According to Endomines, with the addition of the Unity Mine, it now controls the rights to the entire known extent of the Little Giant and Rescue veins.
The company will continue to operate under the current corporate structure and Little Giant Farmer's Market will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Jackson Mitchell Holdings, Inc.
On his last outing, Little Giant won easily over 6f at the track, the subsequent 9lb rise in the handicap pushing him into the top grade - not bad for an import who started out in Hong Kong nearly 30lb lower in the handicap.
So this year's trend is all about mixing it up," says Grazyna Wynne-Griffiths, founder and buyer for Little Giant. "Wear a Liberty print dress but throw on some wellies.
His rivals gloated over the Little Giant's impossible position as a supporter of both popular sovereignty and imperial expansion.
Despite increasing maturity, sales saw volume and current value growth in the year due to innovations such as Unilever's Omo Little Giant and an increase in income levels.
He was nicknamed the "Little Giant" because he was short in physical stature, but a forceful and dominant figure in politics.
Offered in two sizes--24 x 48 and 24 x 60 inches--the Little Giant adjustable-height, multi-shelf truck comes with either two or three 14-gauge shelves that can be bolted in place with their 1.5-inch lip edges facing up or down.
The Dorset born star has released three EPs to date, but looks set to break out from the bedroom to a much larger stage with his debut album Little Giant. An unapologetically honest songwriter, he seeks to spark a connection with every listener.
THAT little giant of retro brilliance, the Fiat 500, has upped the ante in the city car arena with a new 105bhp engine and a range-topping Cult model.