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“All those individual street signs will have to be printed in extra-small and unreadable type in order to fit the long name on the sign.”
“For consumers willing to put in the time to find an artisan, custom-designed furniture has always been an option, whether it's a piece that's extra-large or extra-small or something more artistic.”
“They're both extra-small," I said self-assuredly.”
“Hummers or other unnecessarily large, pricey SUVs or extra-small, midlife-crisis sports cars in bright colors generally denote the time of year has arrived when second - and fractional-home owners are in town for their annual 10-day stay.”
“Well, except the cats, once they realized we were up, but they are extra-small by comparison, and don't request snacks or TV.”
“At Lululemon, they don't just take a men's extra-small shirt and call it a women's medium," says Chicago insurance broker Holly Kleiman, a fitness fanatic who in the past year started buying all her workout apparel at Lululemon.”
“The bike had an extra-small frame — surprising, considering our 5-foot-4-inch height.”
“The inmate struggled into what looked like extra-small pants, tugging and grunting.”
“I volunteer 2 baby herrings the extra-small variety of herring as well as two adult-size herring, if you need!”
“The Loveless boutique had requested "extra-small," but extra small compared to what?”
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