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Then “the transport of an air parcel is calculated for small time steps, one after each other,” he says.

There is certainly a lucrative yet dignified sweet spot between small time micro-brewer and soulless mass-producer.

You worked with the late, great Elaine Stritch twice—on September and Small Time Crooks.

Last August, a small-time classic rock cover band performed at a bar called 69 Taps in Medina, outside Cleveland.

Did Christie Go Easy on a Sex Trafficker Just to Bust a Small-Time Pol?

Conservatives attacking Baldwin for his latest fit of (justified) anger are being small-time and shortsighted.

The difficulty of the end is the mass of matter to be attended to, and the small time left to transact it in.

From the dates of Mr. Seward's circulars, it is evident that he devoted small time to official 'house-warming' or 'cleaning up.'

However, in a small time afterwards he recovered, and I was again sold.

They are welcome, but Pray entertaine them a small time, lest I Be unprovided.

Coyne gave them small time to wonder what brought him into their midst.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to small-time, such as: petty, bush-league, dinky, inconsequential, inconsiderable, and insignificant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.