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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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Almost 80 percent of Victoria obstetricians polled by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute said they would approve of aborting a 13-week-old unborn baby with dwarfism, according to The Age.
Mammuthus creticusis the first evidence for extreme island dwarfism in mammoths.
Tom is appealing for anyone with dwarfism who wants to take part in the research, which they can do anonymously, to contact him on 0191 2418650.
It needs to be reinforced that dwarfism is not a death sentence and life remains very much full of promise," Francis Kelly, chair of Short-Statured People of Australia (SSPA), told The Age.
The "Little People, Big World" couple first confirmed that their son Jackson was diagnosed with Achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism, on Tuesday.
It's a group that arranges meet ups for little people and out-size family members, so people can get together, learn about medical things affecting us, and just be around other people with dwarfism,' explains Amber.
A CHARITY set up by the family of a Merseyside schoolboy with a rare form of dwarfism is to hold a fundraising event.
Now the aspiring TV producer, who has a form of dwarfism, is off to the World Dwarf Games in America, competing in football and basketball.
Charlotte suffers from a rare form of dwarfism that's so unusual doctors don't have a name for it.
But the team discovered it took only about one hundred thousand generations for very large decreases, such as extreme dwarfism, to occur.
AN ELLAND girl who suffers from a rare form of dwarfism has been invited to light a fundraising bonfire.
Guinness World Records editor-in-chief Craig Glenday, measured Pingping, who suffered from a form of primordial dwarfism, in Inner Mongolia to confirm his status as the world's smallest man.