- v. present participle of dwarf.
“This kind of dwarfing should be interesting to see on screen, to say the least.”
“And if the venture proves successful, the region's largest public company stands to collect millions of dollars in revenue, analysts say, potentially "dwarfing" its other operations.”
“The jobs cull could lead to a 10 per cent reduction in the 5. 8million public sector workforce, 'dwarfing' anything in the party election manifestos, the CIPD said.”
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“Mr. Wolf cites the $700 billion defense budget as 55% greater than 10 years ago, dwarfing the money spent by all our likeliest competitors.”
“RUCerious Brought to you by MalWart your source for cheap plastic crap says: the financial, insurance, and real estate industries (collectively known as “FIRE”) donated $476 million to federal campaigns in 2008, dwarfing nearly every other sector”
“In all, the financial, insurance, and real estate industries (collectively known as “FIRE”) donated $476 million to federal campaigns in 2008, dwarfing nearly every other sector.”
“Hundreds of voters here pulled the lever for Mr. Turner, dwarfing Mr. Weprin's totals.”
“Other euro-zone nations account for 40% of German exports, dwarfing China's 7% share, though that has risen sharply in recent years.”
“Government contracting was $222 billion in 2001 and more than doubled to $532 billion by 2008, dwarfing the cost of the modest growth in federal employment, which cost government about $12 billion more per year over the same period.”
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