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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of minify.


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  • Enough of the main site's functionality is available in the "minified" version for it to be attractive to people with less frequent Internet access.


  • Microsoft Ajax Minifier - One thing that jQuery has bested Microsoft on for quite some time is library size. jQuery is about 50 KB in its commonly distributed "minified" format, Microsoft Ajax is about 100 KB.

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  • Sam Johnston: pointing to an OWL file generated by Protegé in RDF/XML as an argument that RDF * as a whole* is ugly is a bit like pointing to a minified JavaScript library in order to say that JavaScript as a whole is ugly.

    In defense of microformats | FactoryCity

  • Oh, and your site may be minified but the plugin adds a great big chunk of html comment text to the end of each page!

    W3 Total Cache Plugin

  • The frame moves in obedience to the action of the tracer, but in a minified degree, and each needle repeats on a scale of one-twentieth the design over which the tracer is moved step by step between each stitch.

    Lippincott's Magazine, December 1878

  • It has throughout denied or minified Mendelian results, and depended on the treatment of inheritance by a study of correlations.

    Applied Eugenics

  • Beyond my individual ignorance of Mr. Jefferson's physical personality — thus minified by Mr. Wertenbaker's words and suggestive literature — his life presented to our student-body manifestations of seeming strangeness.

    The University of Virginia

  • It is natural to weigh our sacrifices against their results, although the process brings little consolation, for so often in our superficial view the results are minified beyond our vision and the sacrifice fills the whole horizon.

    With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior

  • We have magnified the duties of the wife, and minified the duties of the mother; and this is inevitable in

    The Man-Made World; or, Our Androcentric Culture

  • This course is precisely a repetition of the policy of those who minified the real danger and misrepresented the grave facts to the Court of France, at a time when an honest, truthful representation might have averted the most terrible revolution in the annals of civilization.

    The Arena Volume 4, No. 23, October, 1891


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