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But what is noticeable about Homo floresiensis is how small the brain is, even in comparison to the diminutive body.
Scientific inquiry has focused on the utility of the diminutive arms of tyrannosaurs for nearly a century.
This diminutive desk needed just a little paint touch-up and a mirror to become glamour girl-worthy.
Now, however, this diminutive building - hardly more than a shed - has been made anew inside and out.
But eventually the engineering team worked out the kinks and produced a diminutive, easily portable radio.
Haley is a diminutive man with the body fat of a crowbar.
That cute diminutive nickname you're thinking about is a cute diminutive nickname, not a real name.
I'm a hulking man proclaiming my innocence against a diminutive, defenseless-looking woman.
Because some amphipods eat only from the sea ice, these diminutive crustaceans are at risk as temperatures rise.
Never use a big word when a diminutive one would suffice.
For years, scientists have theorized about the diminutive stature of pygmies—populations where the men never top five feet.
High performance and reduced form factor mean that there is only so much juice that they can fit into the diminutive hardware.
No diminutive alpine plants cling to the slopes of these valleys.

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