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Meanings and phrases
- lacking substance or significance; a fragile claim to fame"; flimsy; fragile; tenuous; thin
- (quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or (with `a') at least some; little
- being of delicate or slender build; - Frank Norris; slender; slim; svelte
- a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval); rebuff
- pay no attention to, disrespect; cold-shoulder
- such care as a careless or inattentive person would exercise
- This was a slight increase on McArthur's 2.8% majority in January.
- This was a slight increase from the previous week, which had 6.66 million viewers.
- This was a slight increase from the previous week, which had 6.60 million viewers.
- The JMA disagrees, noting that only slight intensification occurred during this period.
- "U-563" was attacked by a Bristol Beaufighter on 22 March 1943 which caused only slight damage.
- Weather and animals can spread canker, thereby endangering areas that have only slight amount of canker.
- Some individuals can detect slight differences in color better than others."
- There are a few slight differences between the Wii U's Wii Mode and a native Wii system.
- While this yields twelve possible isomers, all of them are satisfactory despite slight differences in their properties.
- There may be slight variations in meter.
- Several slight variations of Davis's response have been recorded.
- However, there are slight variations in their depictions in folklore.
- They're very slight and I'm sure many gamers wouldn't notice the differences."
- Most of the cabs are leased by drivers, but a very slight few are owner-operated.
- He wrote 7,000 articles, some very slight, but many of them laborious, comprehensive, and long.
- Once the game was submitted to THQ, the publisher requested a few slight changes be made.
- And these slight changes make all the difference, turning synth dreams into techno club success."
- This initial version was heard by Roberta Flack who recorded it with slight changes to create a number one hit.
- The freshest specimens have only a slight luster.
- de Souza, meanwhile, escaped with only a slight injury.
- Absence seizures can be subtle with only a slight turn of the head or eye blinking.
- Yet there has been slight change in other countries sending most children.
- Although the festival had a slight change of name, it kept the same structure as the Brazilian editions.
- The main differences between both games are the slight change in physics and the addition of twelve internal levels.
- There may be a slight decrease in numbers in eastern, northern, and western Africa.
- This marks a slight decrease in the ratings when compared to the previous episode, "Andy's Ancestry".
- A report in August 2017 showed only 315 unemployed persons, a slight decrease of five from a year earlier.
- remains in use with slight modifications today, where it is now referred to as the "Locomotive".
- It used the same body shell as the Saab 96, with slight modifications and with a different interior configuration and equipment.
- The acronym and logo used between 2002 and 2004 also came back, but with slight modifications due to the new name of the program.
- On many Australian beaches there is a slight variation with beach condition signalling.
- A slight variation of the European Radio Data System, RBDS is carried on a 57kHz subcarrier on FM radio stations.
- Most americium(III) halides form hexagonal crystals with slight variation of the color and exact structure between the halogens.