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Board member Philip Jardine, a partner at law firm Morgan Cole and board member of Cardiff Business Council, said: "I think the problem we've got in Wales has always been small-mindedness and it's time to break free from that and be stronger together now.
To return once again to that small-mindedness is simply rather crass and timid.
Because of the challenges facing our localities and the entire country, remnants of small-mindedness and parochialism have to be broken.
If economics is the 'dismal science', then the English language has probably yet to come up with a phrase pithy enough to capture the small-mindedness of a discipline that can turn the most interesting of events into the dullest of journals articles and conference papers.
The small-mindedness of such destruction is surpassed only by the periodic damage done to Alton Baker Park's other large-scale piece of public art, a scale model of the solar system.
A place where dancers drop negative qualities such as jealousy, small-mindedness, greed and malice to embrace their colleagues as sisters and support each other in their journey towards becoming dancers of merit.
Virginity does not aim to single out at any particular culture or people; it poignantly and artistically draws attention to an antiquated epidemic of small-mindedness and control, which haunts the women of the world to this day.
When Duff was in the fourth grade, his father lost his blue-collar job with Sun Oil Company and moved the family to rural Polk County in Hast Texas, where he had grown up; where the plumbing consisted only of a bucket and a dipper; and "where Duffs of every description and small-mindedness lived and wondered, watching and critiquing each other's every deed, habit, thought, and predilection.
While some critics felt that the book's observations of the issues of small-town small-mindedness and environmental destruction are a bit heavy-handed, overall reviewers strongly recommended this author's first book.
According to the Daily Mail, Neighbours staff Down Under has been forced to remove several racist posts from fans angry a non-Anglo-Saxon family would become show regulars, writing 'that racism and small-mindedness won't be tolerated.
Childhoods preyed upon by unscrupulous advertising and marketing translate "into fear, small-mindedness and prejudice," says the film's director and producer Helena Norberg-Hodge.