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dwarf

verb control, dominate, minimize, rise above, stunt, tower over
Associated concepts: federal government's laws dwarfing state laws, supremacy clause
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In August, Margaret was invited to the Walking With Giants Foundation annual convention organised by the parents of young primordial dwarf Alex Connerty, from Liverpool.
THIS tells the moving story of five remarkable American children who are primordial dwarfs, the smallest and rarest type of dwarf in the world.
The Walking With Giants convention is the brainchild of John and Sue Connerty, of Maghull, whose son Alex is Merseyside's only primordial dwarf.
Stephanie, who has a rare growth condition that makes her a primordial dwarf, needs help and needs it now.
The three-year-old, who is Merseyside's only primordial dwarf, has his very own custom-made bed, table and chairs, shelves, coat stand and wardrobe designed for him.
Stephanie Campbell, 10, is Scotland's only primordial dwarf - and one of just 100 people in the world with the illness.
The event - the country's first primordial dwarf convention - will see leading experts meet families living with the ultra-rare condition.