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adjective as in baby

noun as in skirt

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There’s also a mini kit included, with extra items including cotton swabs and alcohol prep pads.

In the event that both cards have the same rank, the rules get a little more complicated, with each player flipping over additional cards to compare in a mini “War” showdown.

The show will include a mixture of mini-documentaries of the honorees, as well as musical performances and toasts from previous honorees.

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Olivier Mousis, a planetary scientist at Aix-Marseille University in France, and colleagues ran simulations of ocean-covered worlds in close orbits around their stars, where mini-Neptunes are often found.

This hints that water-containing mini-Neptunes may be better explained by supercritical oceans than by hydrogen and helium gas layers.

Elle magazine shot an editorial in September, one picture revealing a teacup pig sitting pretty by a mini Tyler Alexandra bag.

Isaacs recently returned from the New Mexico desert after shooting interior scenes for a new TV mini-series called Dig.

Restaurant described latkes as “Mini hash browns,” which he thinks is why they are so universally beloved.

She is smiling, a pink-striped hat on her head and a mini rainbow lollipop sticking out of her mouth.

With this mini printer, you can print your favorite shots straight from your iPhone.

The ball was flat at the base, and had neither hollow cup nor pin; its weight must exceed that of our Mini ball.

Darryl and I, when we traded keys, that was kind of a mini-keysigning party, one with only two sad and geeky attendees.

She shaped them like Mini-balls, that they might traverse unerringly to the cell of most dulcet digestion.

But at some such point Mini's mother would intervene, imploring me to "beware of that man."

My five years' old daughter Mini cannot live without chattering.


On this page you'll find 667 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mini, such as: little, miniature, small, diminutive, minute, and petite.

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