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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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Facebook hosts an abundance of pages that ridicule people with dwarfism in various ways under the general heading 'midget'.
My friends help me a lot," says Durai who has a wife of normal height and a seven-year-old daughter who is also free of any form of dwarfism studying in India.
To anyone with dwarfism, I would say height should not be the reason for you to give up.
Harradine asked Herron if the government would support Medicare payments for such an abortion, if it considered dwarfism a valid reason for abortion, and if the incident demonstrated the need for more information about abortions that take place in Australia.
Individuals may carry the gene for dwarfism but appear normal, because the gene is overruled by the dominant gene for normal size.
I have no doubt this project will better define the link between Moyamoya and this type of dwarfism," said Steinberg.
The guilty woman had to confess to cheating on her husband with the entertainer after giving birth to a child with dwarfism at a hospital in Valencia.
FAMILY life and growing up can be difficult for anyone, but a family in which two sons have a rare form of dwarfism faces its own particular challenges.
People get a form of Tourette's when they meet you because they're trying so much not to offend" - Actor Warwick Davis, who has a rare bone growth disorder that resulted in his dwarfism.
Bill and Jen have dwarfism and shot to fame as newlyweds in 2009 on a US reality show called Little People: Just Married.
Set up by the family of Alex Connerty, from Maghull, who has the growth disorder primordial dwarfism, the charity supports children with the condition and their families.
Dubai: Zahra and Mufaddal Khumri present a model family to emulate as they have coped very well with the issues of dwarfism and are trying to help people dealing with the same problem.