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  • Mas desenganem-se: ainda são sinais muito pequeninos, embora significantes.


  • Chamar de pequeninos a esta malta que se quer crescida é opção arriscada.

    Opção Arriscada

  • Com estes dois, é mais um bocadinho de uma geração que se vai, a geração do portugal dos pequeninos, do eusébio e da amália, do orgulhosamente sós e do 25 de abril.

    Adeus Camaradas!

  • Promise me you'll never try to go out to the pequeninos.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • At the present rate of progress we might as well be mailing questionnaires to the pequeninos and waiting for them to dash off scholarly papers in reply.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Not too far away, Libo was with three pequeninos, trying to learn how they wove dried merdona vines into thatch.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Now and then he got so comfortable among the pequeninos that he spoke naturally.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Either the pequeninos don't need many different proteins, or they're hungry all the time.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • Pipo babbled something about how humans would never kill pequeninos, Little Ones; but he knew that this wasn't the question Rooter was really asking.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • The law forbids me to take anyone but my apprentice, my son Libo, out to meet the pequeninos.

    Speaker for the Dead

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