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Nevertheless, the Crab pulsar somehow managed to hand almost every smidgen of energy in its electron wind off to the two electrons that sent gamma rays toward LHAASO last year.
THE CRAB NEBULA’S ELECTRON LAUNCHER IS SO POWERFUL, IT ALMOST SHOULDN’T EXISTMONROE HAMMONDJULY 9, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
It will be perhaps a smidgen windier than today, with wind speeds around 15 to 20 mph and some gusts near 35 mph.
PM UPDATE: COOL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW, WITH A BIT OF A WIND CHILL FOR APRILIAN LIVINGSTONAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
There may have been a smidgen of bellyaching from those who lack true period knowledge or a sense of humor.
HOW ‘BRIDGERTON’ FLIPPED THE SCRIPT ON ‘THE DUKE AND I’VANESSA RILEYJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This brut is primarily chardonnay, with about 20 percent pinot noir and a smidgen of pinot blanc, as well as 7 percent aged reserve wine for extra character.
GIVE YOUR HOLIDAYS SOME SPARKLE WITH THESE WELL-PRICED BUBBLESDAVE MCINTYREDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
They dove underwater to the soft river bed, Onto darkish green plants with a smidgen of red.
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WORDS RELATED TO SMIDGEN

  • atom
  • crumb
  • dab
  • dash
  • drop
  • flash
  • hint
  • iota
  • particle
  • pinch
  • ray
  • scintilla
  • shade
  • shred
  • small bit
  • small quantity
  • smidgen
  • sparkle
  • speck
  • spot
  • suggestion
  • tinge
  • trace
  • whiff
  • whisper
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