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- adj. slight
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Slight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Slim; weak; of little weight, force, or efficacy; slight; superficial.
- Trifling; inconsiderable.
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Benoit Gratton opened the scoring 4: 11 into the second period and assisted on a marker by Francois Beauchemin slighty less than 11 minutes later for Hamilton.
Shares of Piper Jaffray were up slighty over 1% this morning.
The rest of the civilized world has a far greater spread of poltical cultures then you do, Canada for damn sure, but we get by without the pathological need to crush kill and destroy opposing our neighbors and family members who have very slighty diuffernt policy opinions then us.
I thought that FAWM looked like a slightly low-rent version of NaNoWriMo, a slighty dusty little corner of the interwebs.
Well sending a bunch of slighty improved rovers would take a lot longer to get to a rover as capable as the MSL and you still would have to deal with all of the risks related to improving the rovers.
And based on that idea how long would it have taken to go from the Sojourner to the MER rovers if we had built a series of slighty improved rovers?
David, non-hispanic whites are 55% of US births and that percentage is steadily dropping (adding in asian kids with the white ones would only slighty change the percentage, and would slighty slow but not halt the percentage decline).
America has seen her, seen through her, and is slighty ashamed at paying her any mind at all.
I did cheat slighty and built the mood using the accessory described in number five, rather than number three.
Most likely Black Adam since his lighting bolt starts at his neck unlike Captains which is slighty lower then that.
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