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Midget

A 15 year GNMA bond; similar to a Dwarf.

Midget

A mortgage-backed security pool, issued by Ginnie Mae, with a maturity of 15 years. See also: Dwarf.
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The Midget and other classic cars will be on display at Quarry Garage on New Hey Road this weekend.
In 21 years of racing Midgets, Sprints and Silver Crowns, he has won more than 50 national events and four USAC championships.
Its roots can be traced back to the 1920s when the M-Type Midget was developed.
He moves up to Midget Boys (11-12) this year in the 100 (12.
Midget lights usually are arranged in a straight line on a string.
It (the national title quest) was phenomenal," Shrewsbury Midget head coach Jim LeMay said.
made his first start for Tony Stewart Racing in a Midget car at Iowa Speedway in May.
Yorkshire-made Sports Mix and Midget Gems - manufactured at Cleckheaton's Lion Confectionery factory - are to tickle the tastebuds of people across Britain.
Aggressive pricing is likely when the new Midget hit's these shores before the end of '05.
Priced at as little as pounds 10,000 when it goes on sale in 2005, the Midget, made by MG Rover, will put driver thrills ahead of performance, just like the 1961 original.
But the 5ft pop princess is not such a huge fan of 6ft 2ins Professor Green, who quipped about a midget using the microphone stand.
The hour-long DVD (Special Director's Cut), featuring wrestlers such as Little Justice, The Midget Prosecutor, Madd Mexx The Immigration Sensation and Little Kato, involves using things like thumbtacks, broken bottles and staple guns in their hand-to-hand combat.