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A minikin three-and-a-half-feet Colonel, being one day at the drill, was examining a strapper of six feet four.
THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
A withered leprechaun set eyes into the head of a minikin hound.
THE DOOR THROUGH SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
Manikin and Minikin aptly exemplifies Mr. Kreymborg's idea of rhythmical, pantomimic drama.
CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSSIR JAMES M. BARRIE
In a very small bag is deposited a little rolled up housewife, furnished with minikin needles and fine thread.
MEMOIR OF JANE AUSTENJAMES EDWARD AUSTEN-LEIGH
Lady Minikin hates her husband, and flirts with colonel Tivy.
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF ROMANCE, FICTION AND THE DRAMA, VOL 1THE REV. E. COBHAM BREWER, LL.D.
Leaving Minikin to descend alone, Jarman returned the next minute.
PAUL KELVERJEROME KLAPKA, AKA JEROME K. JEROME
I took the chair; it was the only chair in the room, with the exception of the one Minikin was sitting on.
PAUL KELVERJEROME KLAPKA, AKA JEROME K. JEROME
Then the bell rang, and Minikin disappeared, leaving the communicating door ajar behind him.
PAUL KELVERJEROME KLAPKA, AKA JEROME K. JEROME
Said to him one day: 'Do turn that signal lamp of yours off, Minikin, and look at me with your real eye.'
PAUL KELVERJEROME KLAPKA, AKA JEROME K. JEROME
At eight o'clock in the evening Minikin called round from the office to know what had happened.
PAUL KELVERJEROME KLAPKA, AKA JEROME K. JEROME

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