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Smaller

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smaller

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adj.
  1. small or little relative to something else; littler

smaller pectoral muscle

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n.
  1. a skeletal muscle that draws down the scapula or raises the ribs; pectoralis minor; musculus pectoralis minor

much smaller

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  • The much smaller West End branch remained closed.
  • Crossbows have a much smaller draw length than bows.
  • The fins were made much smaller and triangular.

several smaller

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  • It was flanked by several smaller forts to the east.
  • The area formerly included several smaller districts.
  • There are 3 major waterfalls, and several smaller rapids.

slightly smaller

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  • The males are slightly smaller than the females.
  • The male is slightly smaller than the female.

other smaller

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  • The other smaller church is located in Cabouco.
  • Many other smaller schools are present throughout the area.
  • There are three other smaller financial districts in Amsterdam.

smaller scale

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  • Wilkinson revised the project to a far smaller scale.
  • The industry continues today, though on a smaller scale.
  • The work is on a smaller scale than the other late quartets.

number of smaller

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  • The lake also forms a number of smaller bays and inlets.
  • There are two main rival parties and a number of smaller parties.
  • There also are a substantial number of smaller cooperative groups.

many smaller

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  • The suburb has many smaller residential colonies.
  • There are also many smaller neighborhood parks.
  • There are many smaller fjords which branch off the main fjord.

smaller number

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  • It also uses a smaller number of other newer DMUs.
  • She competed in 3000m races, as well as a smaller number of 1500m races.
  • In Sweden, after the World War I, a smaller number of tanks were procured.

smaller ones

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  • The smaller ones happen where A(ω) changes sign.
  • Large families lost more than smaller ones.
  • It is also one of the smaller ones, one full city block in size.

smaller size

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  • It is a throwback to the old Zen Xtra, but in a much smaller size.
  • Certainly it does not shrivel or symmetrically reduce to a smaller size.
  • Thanks to their smaller size, they could be mounted on or in siege towers.

smaller groups

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  • There are smaller groups of Hozo speakers in Mana Sibu woreda.
  • More commonly, however, they are found in smaller groups or pairs.
  • Divided into smaller groups the tribe has spread and settled in Volyn.

smaller numbers

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  • Hindus are exist in comparatively smaller numbers.

smaller islands

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  • The island is surrounded by dozens of smaller islands.
  • Most of the smaller islands are uninhabited.
  • Ferries or small aircraft connect to the smaller islands.

smaller towns

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  • In smaller towns, there are mostly hiaces and/or taxis.
  • The firm was based in Coolgardie and also had branches in various smaller towns.
  • There were also some 3-star hotels in smaller towns, such as "Hotel Elephant" in Weimar.

smaller version

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  • There was also a smaller version (SCPH-111).
  • Spackle knives are a smaller version, used for patching small holes.
  • After the war, a smaller version of the monument was erected on the square.

even smaller

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  • However, some ssDNA viruses can be even smaller.
  • miles, while Kruszwica County was even smaller, with 6 sq.
  • Nearby was an even smaller village of the same name — Filibeller-i Küçük.

significantly smaller

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  • They are, however, significantly smaller than prokaryotic genomes.
  • They were significantly smaller than most living species of otters.
  • It is a village adjacent to Bilad Al Qadeem but significantly smaller.

smaller units

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  • Over the years, the unit has been split into 3 smaller units.
  • Some currencies do not have any smaller units at all, such as the Icelandic króna.
  • Peter Jusczyk argued that infants use prosody to parse speech into smaller units for analysis.

smaller vessels

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  • However, some of the smaller vessels were unable to keep up.
  • There is a second pier for smaller vessels and support craft.
  • Other, smaller vessels, such as chalupas, have also been recovered from the waters.

smaller and more

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  • Point centromeres are smaller and more compact.
  • A third variant received smaller and more swept wings.
  • "Model C" was smaller and more portable than its predecessors.

smaller communities

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  • There are also smaller communities in Western Europe.
  • Many smaller communities are only connected to this network via county roads.
  • There were also smaller communities of Vlachs, Mordvins, Ossetians, Udis, and Tats.

smaller parties

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  • These included nominees of smaller parties and independents.
  • There are two main rival parties and a number of smaller parties.
  • The remaining seats were won by independents or by smaller parties.

considerably smaller

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  • Cairns A - F are at or near the rim, and are considerably smaller.
  • Barrow and the UDP were re-elected in 2012 with a considerably smaller majority.
  • The form restricted to freshwater is considerably smaller than the amphidromous form.

numerous smaller

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  • UCBC owns 3 VIIIs, 8 IVs, and numerous smaller boats.
  • although there are also numerous smaller villages used for plantations.
  • Following numerous smaller and demo productions, he and Schmidt parted ways.

smaller cities

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  • The rest are smaller cities and towns.
  • However, by 1960 Braniff had ceased serving many of the smaller cities listed above.
  • In large cities baiting appears to be more common than in smaller cities or villages.

somewhat smaller

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  • The somewhat smaller crater Tisserand lies just to the east.
  • Females reach up to in total length and males are somewhat smaller.
  • The sandbox in front of the radiator is somewhat smaller on the SW1.

smaller ships

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  • In addition, many (if not most) smaller ships did not maintain passenger lists.
  • Including smaller ships, bulk carriers have a total combined capacity of almost 346 million DWT.
  • Guns were thereafter used in single-gun mountings, typically on smaller ships as the main armament.

smaller in size

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  • The inland form is smaller in size and paler in colour.
  • The Asian rain quail is smaller in size and has a black breast.
  • American crocodiles on the islands or coasts are usually much smaller in size.

smaller companies

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  • He co-founded Canada Steamship Lines in 1913, through the merger of 11 smaller companies.
  • The intention was to bypass the high street banks, which were reluctant to lend to smaller companies.
  • In 2009, smaller companies such as Phusion fell under investigation because of their rise in market share.

smaller group

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  • Northeast Detroit has population of Hmong with a smaller group of Lao people.
  • It can then be divided into a smaller group of individuals within the niche itself.
  • In addition to the classical choir there is a smaller group that recites polyphonic songs.

well as smaller

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  • The area also became the center for the city's large laundries, as well as smaller machine shops.
  • Ensembles typically use different types of barrel-shaped "nagadō-daiko" as well as smaller "shime-daiko".
  • Beginning 2005, Dragon upgraded a number of its kits to include new features, as well as smaller parts for added details.

smaller pieces

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  • Components are designed to be smaller pieces of the overall project.
  • Broken into smaller pieces, Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed was introduced in 1912.
  • The pulper chops the paper to smaller pieces; water and chemicals are added.

smaller area

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  • With these differences, Neanderthal brains show a smaller area was available for social functioning.
  • In 2018 part of the company's Cardiff site was sold for redevelopment as operations consolidated into a smaller area.
  • The Zagwe dynasty controlled a smaller area than the Aksumites or the Solomonic dynasty, with its core in the Lasta region.

smaller amounts

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  • The town is in the center of a large coal field and there are also smaller amounts of oil in the area.
  • The area also produced smaller amounts of coffee and rice, however, both were primarily imported from Padang.
  • Much of this growth is happening in developing countries in Asia, with much smaller amounts of growth in Africa.

far smaller

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  • Wilkinson revised the project to a far smaller scale.
  • After 1925, the Presbyterian presence in Ottawa was far smaller.
  • "Dry docks", which were far smaller, took individual ships for repairing.

smaller and less

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  • The male is smaller and less colorful than the female.
  • Honduras' infantry was smaller and less well equipped.
  • Already there was a desire for smaller and less power-hungry machines.

smaller settlements

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  • Other smaller settlements nearby are Balkeerie, Kirkinch and Kinloch.
  • In the United States "city" can be used for much smaller settlements.
  • In the countryside share taxis are in operation between smaller settlements.

divided into smaller

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  • Stages can be divided into smaller stratigraphic units called chronozones.
  • cannot be divided into smaller parts) and thus forms the extreme end of a line is a point.
  • To prevent over grazing along the route the pioneers divided into smaller traveling groups.

smaller and lighter

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  • Notably, this variation is smaller and lighter.
  • Red Snow was smaller and lighter than the earlier warhead proposals.
  • This permits a smaller and lighter halfshaft and internal drivetrain.

smaller villages

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  • District Councils supply water to more than 200 smaller villages.
  • although there are also numerous smaller villages used for plantations.
  • Some villages consisted of smaller villages, which are listed separately.

smaller areas

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  • A much smaller areas were gained by Yaldhurst from the and electorates.
  • There, vegetable and mineral matter accumulate, creating bogs or smaller areas of deep soil.
  • However, five smaller areas were reserved for the Chippewas of the Saugeen Ojibway Territory.

generally smaller

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  • CMOS cameras are also generally smaller than the CCD type.
  • It is generally smaller than long and feeds on small invertebrates.
  • As a result, harmonic filters are generally smaller or may be omitted altogether.

smaller venues

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  • The A-7 and A-8 were designed for smaller venues.
  • Much smaller venues than what he had been used to with Backstreet Boys.
  • Many dates were cancelled due to poor ticket sales or moved to smaller venues.

smaller species

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  • A smaller species, "D. skinneri", was found in southern Wyoming.
  • The female lays her eggs in nests of other, smaller species of bird, one per nest.
  • Many of the smaller species are often called "sandpipers" and include curlews and snipes.

smaller amount

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  • This is due to the smaller amount of memory available in the Xbox.
  • However, in totality it made a much smaller amount during its run-time.
  • Inside lamas, rainwater also flows on its surface, but in a smaller amount.

smaller rooms

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  • The original structure had one large room with two smaller rooms.
  • In addition there were (and are) many smaller rooms for classes, organizations, etc."
  • On the interior, a center entrance hall runs through the building, opening onto a parlor and two smaller rooms.

smaller states

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  • The MCGM's annual budget exceeds that of some of India's smaller states.
  • The Copa do Brasil is an opportunity for teams from smaller states to play against the big teams.
  • Following the death of Turco-Mongol ruler Timurlane, his empire begins fragmenting into smaller states.

smaller boats

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  • Other smaller boats may be chartered in advance.
  • UCBC owns 3 VIIIs, 8 IVs, and numerous smaller boats.
  • Only smaller boats are running and they are irregular.

smaller part

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  • The second smaller part of the library was built with a Carnegie Foundation grant.
  • The remaining smaller part of reindeer herders are of the Sami nationality, Russians and Ukrainians.
  • Pinafore" and Gianetta in "The Gondoliers", and in the smaller part of Kate in "The Yeomen of the Guard".

smaller diameter

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  • The skirt angle is steeper at both the front and rear and the hemispheres have a smaller diameter.
  • This evolved into the 7.62×40mm CETME M53, which was identical aside from the smaller diameter bullet.
  • This is mostly because snooker uses balls of a smaller diameter and smaller pocket entrances than pool.

few smaller

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  • Located around the parvis are a few smaller structures.
  • There are many main worlds, with a few smaller side ones that are optional.
  • The farmstead once consisted of a 1927 house, four barns, and a few smaller outbuildings.

smaller buildings

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  • Six smaller buildings on the estate are let as holiday cottages.
  • The bank then constructed four smaller buildings on the current site.
  • In addition, a number of smaller buildings are located around the complex.

usually smaller

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  • These strandflats are usually smaller than the Norwegian.
  • The first litter is usually smaller than subsequent litters.
  • They were usually smaller and targeted at selected audiences.

smaller parts

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  • She was also cast in smaller parts 1987's "P.K.
  • A native antigen is an antigen that is not yet processed by an APC to smaller parts.
  • cannot be divided into smaller parts) and thus forms the extreme end of a line is a point.

various smaller

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  • The firm was based in Coolgardie and also had branches in various smaller towns.
  • However, the Catholic Church has achieved union with various smaller eastern churches.
  • It was only sold in the third generation Civic in European and various smaller markets where the taxation structure suited this version.

much smaller scale

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  • As governor of New York, Franklin Delano Roosevelt had run a similar program on a much smaller scale.
  • The insurrection broke out in the other revolutionary districts, as well, though on a much smaller scale.
  • While a biome can cover large areas, a microbiome is a mix of organisms that coexist in a defined space on a much smaller scale.

smaller population

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  • A smaller population (the "hot population") is characterised by highly inclined, more eccentric orbits.
  • The river system is used by a smaller population of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) for spawning in summer.
  • The main factor that stopped the project was the evidence of a much smaller population growth than was projected.

series of smaller

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  • A series of smaller redoubts protected these two forts.
  • Prior to 1958, the district was served by a series of smaller rural schools.
  • Finally, the system would perform another series of smaller maneuvers intended to be more accurate movements.

smaller fish

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  • The dominant male snaps at smaller fish of other species.
  • It feeds on zooplankton, mainly crustacean and smaller fish.
  • For example: bacon, chicken, cuts of steak, and smaller fish.

smaller role

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  • She appears in a smaller role in Ridley Scott's "Body of Lies".
  • Pepler appears in a smaller role on the album and used to play live with Hinton and Ed.
  • Though she is always seen with Sela, she has a much smaller role than the other characters.

smaller animals

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  • The giant shrews have run out of smaller animals to hunt and devour.
  • On smaller animals, such as dogs, a leash is attached to the halter.
  • This also permits them to subsist on food with lower nutritive value than smaller animals.

smaller and smaller

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  • After the war, strips continued to get smaller and smaller because of increased paper and printing costs.
  • Hammer-milling involves smashing material into smaller and smaller pieces until they can pass through a screen.
  • 'In recent years, our meetings have become smaller and smaller,' says Lord Mowbray, one of the league's leading lights.

smaller roles

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  • He also had smaller roles on several other soap operas.
  • The British actors in smaller roles handle the material better .
  • Notable smaller roles were played by Thikkurisi Sukumaran Nair, Adoor Bhavani, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, and Bharath Gopi.

smaller font

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  • When available, seat projections are displayed below the percentages in a smaller font.
  • When available, seat projections are also displayed below the voting estimates in a smaller font.

smaller streams

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  • There are also smaller streams ("i.e.," branches, creeks, drains, forks, licks, runs, etc.)
  • The Aabach has its origin in Lake Baldegg, which is fed by the Ron and a number of smaller streams.
  • Among smaller streams, Beal Slough, a primary tributary to Salt Creek, passes through Wilderness Park.

smaller building

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  • A smaller building, west of the church, served as a baptistery.
  • It became known as "New Street" and provided road frontages for smaller building development plots.
  • However, roughly southwest there is a smaller building by Ricardo Velázquez, the Palacio de Cristal.

smaller aircraft

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  • Two interior hangars would hold smaller aircraft.
  • Most kits were static models and used scale 1/100 for airliners, and later for smaller aircraft.
  • However, only smaller aircraft could use it, and it would serve rather domestic and business traffic.

smaller schools

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  • Many other smaller schools are present throughout the area.
  • In 1930, several smaller schools consolidated with Rochelle High School.
  • When Lohn Central School was completed in 1896, smaller schools in the nearby communities of Cow Creek and Salt Gap were consolidated with it.

smaller force

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  • He also believed that if a smaller force had been sent, there would have been bloodshed.
  • The French and Bavarian commanders eventually agreed on a plan and decided to attack Eugene's smaller force.
  • The French were routed by this smaller force, with significant losses and all of their leaders captured or killed.

smaller portion

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  • Redcedar, douglas fir, hemlock, and larch make up a smaller portion of the chip furnish.
  • On that day, most of it was added to the City of Senneterre and a smaller portion to the City of Val-d'Or.
  • After we had done so, he shook his head in disbelief, still thinking that he had received the smaller portion.

smaller quantities

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  • Lighter latigos in the 3-7oz range are also manufactured, although in smaller quantities.
  • The "B" model was the major production model, with the "A" and "C" produced in much smaller quantities.
  • Benin sells its products mainly to France and, in smaller quantities, to the Netherlands, Korea, Japan, and India.

smaller local

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  • Before joining Rhapsody he played in smaller local bands in Trieste, Italy.
  • They exist to allow network television stations to send content to smaller local stations.
  • The environmental movement today consists of both large national groups and also many smaller local groups with local concerns.

become smaller

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  • As strips have become smaller, the number of panels have been reduced.
  • Even indoor volleyball costumes followed suit to become smaller and tighter.
  • The leaves are largest at the bottom and progressively become smaller the higher they are on the stem.

smaller lakes

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  • Other, smaller lakes, including Silver, Waneta, and Lamoka lakes, dot this region.
  • There are also several thousand smaller lakes, often called "inland lakes", within the basin.
  • Before the reservoir was created there were several smaller lakes, including one called Lake Tapps.
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