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  • The D.J. shows the tinest bit of wear around the edges. 12" x 9". 223 pp. incl. index.

    Joys of Internet Shopping: Same Book: $140 difference

  • The D.J. shows the tinest bit of wear around the edges. 12" x 9". 223 pp. incl. index.

    2010 June 02 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • Anything he says that allows for even the tinest opening for the GOP and Press to find fault or fodder for critism is going to result in negative press.

    Obama Reiterates: Combat Troops Out Of Iraq In 16 Months

  • When I was in clean-up, we could usually tell exactly which artist on our character's team had done a given drawing, just by the tinest variations they tended to introduce into their drawings of that character.

    The New Simpson Models?

  • The blinds in my bedroom fail on every level, letting too much sun in when I don't want it and not enough light when I do, besides making a cacophony of clattering in even the tinest of a breeze.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • We had the tinest room EVER!!! and there were four of us and we all had two suitcases each, and out carry on bags and our purses.

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  • And she can find the tinest speck of paper that I can't even see and get it in her mouth!

    brile Diary Entry

  • When people look up to me, or put me on any kind of pedestal, even the tinest kind...

    27th November '03

  • In a properly functioning democratic state, even the tinest minority has an opportunity to air its views.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • One bite, the tinest sliver of its flesh in a casserole or a dip, and she'd go into anaphylactic shock, her trachea swelling until she couldn't breathe.

    Butchers Hill

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