dwarf

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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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Among others, there's an Asian Elvis, a little person Elvis (Cox) and an award winning Elvis impersonA[degrees] ator (Oldman).
Marvin was handcuffed to midget rapper 5 Cent, and told by his friends he would have to spend 24 hours attached to the little person, who regularly appears at stag events.
little person panto star laura declares: "It's not about Snow White or the Prince...
"We like the stories about the little person who has to struggle against the biggest," he said.
The story begins by addressing a "little person" tucked in a "warm dry bed" who is surrounded by stuffed animals in the shape of sea animals.
Tadaa's life changes for the better--but not how you might think!--when he meets a mammoth-sized hat named Ahh and a little person named, well, the little person.
Enhanced with sage and practical advice on choosing the right yarn, to assembling the required tools, to learn knitting basics, "Soft + Simple Knits For Little Ones" is thoroughly 'user friendly' and an especially ideal reference for beginning needlecrafters wanting to knit a very special garment for a very special little person!
All you have to do then is wait a couple of moments until you're transformed into an all-singing, all-dancing pointy-eared little person. You can even record a voice message and send your elfed self to all of your friends to laugh at.
Under the artistic direction of Tino Fernandez, nine dancers, including Alexis Calvo, a little person whose moves mesmerized, offered a metaphorical look at death in the form of a "human" bullfight.
Dwarf, or little person, might have been a more appropriate term; although I must say, their very inclusion in said category is still baffling and altogether not funny.
The charming tall tale introduces readers to the ungrateful Alice, whose loud voice changes into the Northern Lights--until an odd little person offers her the choice to be nice, so that her normal voice will return.
Your words have a big impact on the people who look up to you--yep, on this one little person in particular.