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Dwarfish it might be, but Monaco continues to punch above its weight, due in no small part to its status as a tax haven.
Those are late 20th century science terms for making dwarfish devices.
brilliant but frail, given his dwarfish stature and deformity.
Janek was a blond, dwarfish species of human in whom the muscles and tendons of a large man had shrunk and tightened without losing any of their strength.
For example, in addition to being born with monocular vision, Falcon is dwarfish, symbolic of his Napoleonic complex, and his entire body is covered by tattoos.
Enhanced contrast (left) shows it as much less dwarfish.
The Dwarfish past in The Hobbit, in its intermediate thickness, its suggestive context, was the model for this additive experimentation.
But the biggest difference was that Simon Cowell was just a dwarfish yet charismatic record company executive who was trying desperately to sell soulless manufactured pop to the masses.
To me they looked a match for any petty thief but, fatally, they took their eye off the ball for a second and Alberich, the dwarfish Nibelung from the dark nation of Nibelheim situated beneath the bedrock, had pinched the lot.
The lack of patience, dwarfish foresight and tendency to change mind abruptly are hereditary in the Azeri leadership.
We are next taken to Ayodhya in Act VI, where the ugly and dwarfish Nala, now known as Bahuka, is employed as king Rtuparna's driver.
While the fertility symbolism of the motif is explained vaguely, nothing is said about the dwarfish pot-bellied form of the gana or the association with the plant.