- n. Plural form of Munchkin.
“I want to see Cheney, Rice, Wolfowitz, Armitage -- all of them, the "Vulcans" and the "Romulans" and the "Wookies" and the "Munchkins" -- have to interrupt their busy schedules to appear in court.”
“He was the wizard of the Gold Ounce -- abbreviated, of course, to Wizard of Oz -- and the Munchkins were the simpleminded people of the East who did not understand how the wizard and his fellow financiers pulled the levers and strings that controlled the money, the economy, and the government.”
“Produced by: Jennifer Molina and Jessica BennettReturn to Oz: The Munchkins 70 Years LaterFive surviving 'Munchkins' share memories of filming the classic movie.”
“The national tour of The Wizard of Oz, touching down in Minneapolis for five performances March 26-28 at Hennepin Theatre Trust's Orpheum Theatre, announced today that the 5 Star Dance Studio in Woodbury has been selected to perform the roles of "Munchkins" for all Minneapolis shows.”
“Munchkins" (or Timbits, if you're a patron of Tim Hortons).”
“In the meantime, a few other points to ponder: Does anyone else think it's kinda weird and patronizing to give all 124 "Munchkins" a single collective star?”
“I myself speak the language of the Munchkins, which is also the language of the Emerald City.”
“THE WIZARD OF OZ, R.I. Calls Kids For 'Munchkins' Auditions by BWW News Desk - January 17, 2009”
“Local Dancers To Play 'Munchkins' In National 'Oz' Tour”
“I've almost always lived in BRICK houses - like many Oz Munchkins - and have never had problems with hot water or electric stoves.”
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