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During that trip, more than a few items in my closet benefited from her skilled hands because when you’re 5 feet tall, even petite sizes are sometimes too long.
A soft-spoken and petite woman, she assisted in crime-prevention efforts, went to the scenes of crimes and other tragedies and visited victims at home and in the hospital, offering comfort and help.
Moreover, Instant Pot desserts tend to be on the petite-side, making them especially fitting for this particular holiday season when we are gathering with, and feeding, fewer folks than is the norm.
This is a Rhone-style red blend of mourvèdre, petite sirah, carignan, cinsault and grenache.
“Nothing at all, chère petite madame”—question and answer came many times a day.
Cela fut cause qu'il fallut retrencher les vivres qu'ils avoient en assez petite quantit.
La Petite had determined upon trying to fit herself to the strange, narrow existence which she knew awaited her at Cote Joyeuse.
She was petite and exquisite, full of alluring dimples—and apparently just out of a perfumed bath.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
"A regular petite maitresse," thought the Frenchman, seeing her roll herself about so softly and coquettishly.
A PASSION IN THE DESERTHONORE DE BALZAC
Barbara was a petite little body with petite little airs of babylike decision.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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