Smidge


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Smidge

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

A very small change in a security's price, usually only a few cents.
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She said: "Smidge was obviously jealous of Oscar having all the attention because he jumped up and lashed out at him.
Natural, unsweetened cocoa powder is sugar-free, gluten-free, low in fat, dair y-free and higher in antioxidants than other chocolates, but it's also a smidge bitter...
Television companies were happy to partake, while radio stocks edged just a smidge beyond where they started when the market opened Friday morning.
The combination of a decent mystery, likable protagonists, and a smidge of romance will be appealing to teen readers, even though the characters are adults.
We each had a bisected slice of toast that arrived pre-coated with margarine to the point of softness - when we would both have much preferred a smidge of butter on crispier toast.
In year three, "Woodstock for wonks" drew a smidge under 2,500 registrants (50 percent more than last year) and generated nearly $135,000 in ticket sales (60 percent more) and nearly $590,000 (50 percent) from 58 corporate sponsors (35 percent), not counting in-kind contributions.
He must transport a 'smidge' of supplies across the Mexican border into America and his debt will be forever forgotten.Knowing what he is doing is illegal, especially because he is an obvious target, he recruits a fake family, the Millers, to join him on his trip to look like the all-American family on vacation.The family includes Casey (Emma Roberts), a runaway girl who uses her street smarts to get by, Kenny (Will Poulter) a geeky and frigid young boy who is lost in his own world and Rose (Aniston), a dancer who lives in his building and hates him, but needs the money he promises her.They make their way across the border in a massive caravan to find out the 'smidge' is in fact two tonnes of illegal supplies.
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.