Smidge


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Smidge

Small amount of price, usually +/- 1/8 or 1/4.

Smidge

A very small change in a security's price, usually only a few cents.
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I'd also like to see a smidge more education around different types of lube and the chemicals.
GDP contracted a smidge in the fourth quarter, and unemployment in Arkansas ticked up in December but we're not ready to call those trends.
Like their intact brethren, if a smidge littler, these cloned bits developed into brisk swimmers and then selected places to settle down for some reef-building adulthood.
When it come to unwanted presents, for me it has to be the classic white lie: "I really, really like it but it's just a smidge too small.
So perhaps it was with a smidge of maliciousness that Michael Koretzky, volunteer adviser for the student newspaper at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, instructed his students to power down their iMacs and get their hands dirty by making a newspaper the old-fashioned way.
Even Muriel, finally dispatched to silence, cooperates in the end; but first, there's a smidge of blackmail, the bit about being related to Elvis, and a word or two (or a few thousand) about how families persevere.
look a smidge different than when these veterans "enlisted" for a career in claims.
Which is why when you taste Scream Sorbet's version of peppermint chocolate--denser and creamier and more intense than any gelato, and with not a smidge of dairy--you walk away scratching your head: How do they do it?
But who knows, maybe they would've hooked us on their own merits eventually, if only we had a smidge more patience or imagination.
The man, weathered only a smidge from him past life, reaches for his mail, only to find his first post-retirement job offer.
SPRINGFIELD - Dogs love to ride, but during a drive to run errands last year, Theresa Plata noticed that her 9-year-old black Lab/basset hound mix, Smidge, had an extremely red eye.
Most of the genetic material would be from the parents of the first fertilized egg, since mitochondria contain only a smidge of genetic material.