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“2010/08/06: TreeHugger: Subsidies for Renewables "Dwarfed" by Fossil Fuel Support”
“Dwarfed by a giant screen, he leads us through the labyrinths of the internet, taking in – with appropriate illustrations – the marketing strategies of smartphones, his Twitter relationship with Jim Davidson and the persistent obsession with his Jewishness.”
“Dwarfed by a massive electric crucifix and surrounded by dusty portraits of saints, Zadie Smith sat on stage in the back room of a trendy, north London pub looking more like she had wandered into a secret revival meeting than become the figurehead of a campaign to save Kensal Rise library, her local.”
“Dwarfed by both domestic brand-name drug makers and peers in industrialized countries, Japan's makers of so-called copy-cat medicines have been hampered by a government-controlled system of minimum prices and misconceptions about the quality of their products.”
“Dwarfed by Oliver and his enormous frame, how does Turner plan to compete against an athlete pushing for the world record with a personal best of 12. 89sec, just two hundredths of a second off Dayron Robles's historic mark?”
“Dwarfed by the Indian elephant, Pakistan's generals have chosen to use jihadists in the cause of the country's security.”
“Dwarfed by Yao Ming on the block, Jefferson turned it into a mismatch in Minnesota's favor with 34 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks.”
“Dwarfed by the magnitude of this revelation, reviled, hated by his fellow men, forgotten before he was remembered, Morton seems very small indeed, until the incandescent moment he ruined himself for a servant girl and gained immortality.”
“Dwarfed by a brand-new McMansion, the "little green house with the American flag out front," as Kathleen calls it, looks as though it were tossed into its lot by a Kansas twister.”
“Dwarfed by the Cariboos -- an astonishingly epic spur of the Rockies.”
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