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small change

noun as in trifling sum

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Such systems are notoriously sensitive to even small changes, which makes them fiendishly difficult to model.

Fraga notes that any small change in turnout, especially given the closeness of the Ossoff-Perdue vote, could have saved that seat—and the Senate—for the GOP.

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Viruses often undergo small changes as they reproduce and move through a population.

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You can see on the right that some small changes have been made, in order to encourage users toward the marketer’s preferred action.

Of course, like today, the national crisis forced small changes.

We are proud that our film could be a catalyst for even a small change in the ways these boys are treated in China.

It takes audiences inside the human spirit as a very small change makes an enormous difference.

Make one small change toward a healthier lifestyle every week.

He took off his hat, and moved mechanically toward the stand; and there he found a small change that was a great one to him.

He handed these to the Captain, who hastily looked over them, handed back the tobacco and other things and the small change.

Beauties and joys he was to keep for pocket-money; small change is sometimes great gain.

It is true that women went for twenty-four hours without food, but the reason was the lack of small change, not of eatables.

He looked it out from a handful of small change, folded it in some crumpled paper, and gave it to me.


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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to small change, such as: chicken feed, coinage, coppers, peanuts, small beer, and small potatoes.

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