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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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Give it its due, Dwarven Den is a cracking little isometric puzzler.
Amon Hen 117: 25-27, speculates on the necessity for Dwarven vegetarianism while living in caverns, the choice being pragmatic rather than philosophical or moral.
Narsil, forged in the First Age by the dwarven smith Telchar, was broken in the Siege of Barad-dur at the end of the Second Age, and the shards became heirlooms of the Kings of Arnor.
Racials - Dwarven Stoneform ability: doesn't cause the character to break out of stealth anymore.
A straw poll of players in the Chronicle office, who all started at the same time, found one hunting witches, one a werewolf exploring a lost dwarven city and one exploring the foreboding beaches of the Sea of Ghosts on the back of a stolen horse they'd nicknamed Dobbin.
You get to play a human ranger, dwarven fighter or elven spellcaster off dealing with a big bad in the Misty Mountains while Frodo and the Fellowship are heading south with the Ring.
The Changing Tides finds that only the little band of heroes that include Solar (a mystral warrior sword to serve and protect Braksis), Thamar (a dwarven hero), and Adonis (the leader of ISIA) who have survived in the aftermath of all these disasters are all that the Seven Kingdoms have to stave off total disaster --and they each of incredible obstacles they must overcome.
The favored child of the dwarven king, you proudly take up your first military command.
Green already noted, tunnels and darkness seem to be a recurrent leitmotiv throughout The Hobbit, for in the second (goblin tunnels in the Misty Mountains), third (Mirkwood) and fourth (the dwarven halls in the Lonely Mountain) part of the novel Bilbo and company must travel through dangerous tunnel-like environments in which adversaries waylay their quest (137).