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Naturally this small-scale ownership was reflected in the distribution of wealth.
The physicists have got small-scale antigravity good enough to float and fly something the size of a hand grenade.
Small-scale experiences are constraining, but they also return a sense of care and belonging.
To drop this "demand" also is to subordinate Socialism completely to small-scale capitalism.
She was still able to engage in small-scale fighting, but could no longer secure any decisive result.
The small-scale model looked like a small scale—a postage scale—except for two dials in the part under the platform.
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