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- adj. Alternative spelling of small-scale.
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I may mention as an interesting fact that in these animals so low in the scale I have found a PLACENTAL CIRCULATION, rudimentary indeed, but nevertheless a perfect model on a small scale of that which takes place in the mammalia.
The huts were the real foundation of the castle, and though they were built on a small scale by others 'standards, they housed trained craftsmen who were highly skilled and most efficient in seeing to all the needs of the manor.
There is one group based in Atlanta, the Southern Election Fund, on a small scale it's trying to do some of that — to identify communities where the potential for blacks being elected and trying to identify some potential candidates.
Packages’ management thought the Milko experiment had shown on a small scale that sterlized milk could be sold in Pakistan.
The folks interested in moonshining in a scholarly way as opposed to those who make it or chase it want very much to preserve the idea that moonshining is a folk tradition, part of our culture and national heritage, a harmless thing done on a small scale in the Southern Highlands, like an inebriating version of summer sausage.