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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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nanus larvae build 2 types of shelters, the first comprised of leaf clusters and silk and located at the end of the branches (conical shape) and the other consisting of tree bark and silk and located on the tree trunks, particularly from the tree base to a height of 2.
Eumops nanus no fue reportada en estudios recientes donde se analiza la riqueza actual de murcielagos del estado de Oaxaca (Garcia-Grajales y Buenrostro, 2012; Briones-Salas et al.
nanus in Redcastle-Graytown State Forest is significant as it confirms the continued presence of the species in this area, despite it not having been recorded here for at least 40 years.
One quality of these leaders that Bennis and Nanus particularly distinguished was their way of responding to failure as a learning experience.
Nanus predicted that some version of futures research is likely to be as important to twenty-first-century organizations as market research is to today's organizations.
Tenders are invited for work of shifting of 11KV/LT line at various places of 11 KV Maina feeder and 11 KV Nanus feeder from Sonshi to Baye as per the request from The Assistant Engineer, S/D-IV, WD XXIII PWD, Sankhali-Goa
Caption: NaMedia team: Lisa Strydom (Researcher), Utaara Njoze (Clippings), Queenteline Nanus (Analyst), Julia Ya Kasita-Nalisa (Analyst), Natasja Beyleveld (Director) and Gesche Pinsenschaum (Analyst).
Burt Nanus, in Visionary Leadership (Jossey-Bass, 1995), defines vision as "a realistic, credible, attractive future for your organization.