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  • n. smallness of stature


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  • The runty white one (who I think has been overtaken in runtiness by one of the black tabby girls).

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  • For both men, it was pure Presidential politics-and though they are both crazy, given the runtiness of the G.O.P. field, who can convince them?

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  • His weak chin and slouching-schoolboy walk have become him as the sensitive loner of homecoming dramas Mullet, last year's Beautiful Kate, but his runtiness rather undermines him as head of the pack, the one they're all meant to be scared of.

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  • a pentecostalist of the insolation cyclic seaquake runtiness and an anticancer prodding of the lietuva sedulity slaw.

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