exiguity


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The demographic boom presents governments with further daunting challenges," he said, citing the case of Bahrain which suffers from galloping demography, territorial exiguity and scant natural resources.
Who knows whether or not the lack of correspondence between the two scenes--that of the painting and that of the oral account--is due not to an exiguity in the painting but to an excess, an expansion in the narrative?
Some images express one of the main characters of these insular territories, their exiguity which makes them hardly visible on a world map.