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It will be made tinier and cheaper than disease detection solutions currently, consume little power, and most importantly, it will enable immediate and early diagnosis that is both accurate and non-invasive,a said Haick.
And the White Hart Lane pitch is no tinier this season than it was in previous seasons.
A phase-change memory device can be of a size less than 10 nanometers-allowing more memory to be squeezed into tinier spaces.
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Dixe Wills certainly is, and his enthusiasm is infectious: in this catalogue of Britain's tinier isles--his arbitrary definition of 'tiny' being 'no larger than 300 acres'--he lists plentiful reasons for visiting the insular little worlds that litter Britain's waters.
Civic leaders in Portland, Oregon, claim their Mill Ends Park is tinier - as has Cambridge, Massachusetts, with Taylor Square Park.
A camera's light sensors are made of an array of tinier photo sensors.
I'm not exactly the tallest girl in the world, and I definitely didn't know dark wash jeans would make me look tinier. I [followed] this advice when buying my new denim.
The Facebook games Pet Tales and Heroes of Neverwinter will be available for discovery from today, while Tinier Cafe, Artfit, Pyramidville and Wild West Solitaire are due to arrive on TeePee Games in the coming weeks.
On the shore, two tiny ports - ancient Marina Grande with its fishing boats, and Marina Piccola, from where the ferry and the hydrofoils ply their busy trade across the Bay - are backed by even tinier beaches and several boardwalks dotted with beach huts and sun loungers.
Since the baby is so tiny, the organs inside were even tinier and the surgeon used a staple-like piece of equipment to close the vessel.
The tiny plastic soldiers held even tinier toy guns--and that violated the school's policy of zero tolerance of weapons."