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The word miniature is about size and especially small size. But his Latin ancestor was not concerned with size, but with color. Olivier Mousis, a planetary scientist at the University of Aix-Marseille in France, and his colleagues ran simulations of ocean-covered worlds orbiting their stars, where mini-Neptunes are often found. This suggests that water-containing mini-Neptunes can be better explained by supercritical oceans than by hydrogen and helium gas layers. The miniature refers to a reproduction with precise proportions on a very small scale. This mini printer allows you to print your favorite shots directly from your iPhone. Small, small, tiny, tiny, tiny, small medium significantly below average. In case both cards have the same rank, the rules become a little more complicated as each player flips over additional cards to compare them in a mini « war » confrontation. The show will feature a mix of mini-documentaries from the winners, as well as musical performances and toasts from previous winners.

She smiles, a pink striped hat on her head and a mini rainbow lollipop coming out of her mouth. Elle magazine filmed an editorial in September, an image shows a pig cup of tea sitting nicely next to a Mini-Tyler Alexandra bag. Italian miniature art of lighting a manuscript, from medieval Latin, from Latin miniatus, past participle from miniare to color with minium, from minium lead red There is also a mini kit with additional items such as cotton swabs and alcohol preparation pads. Isaacs recently returned from the New Mexico desert after shooting interior scenes for a new TV miniseries called Dig. Darryl and I, when we exchanged keys, it was kind of a mini signing party, with only two sad and geeky participants. Restaurant described the Latkes as « mini hash browns, » which is why he thinks they`re so popular. Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your go-to guide to problems in English. Few things are more absolute in the involvement that often carries the idea of pettiness, pettiness, insignificance or immaturity. Small and small are often interchangeable, but small applies more to relative size, which is determined by capacity, value, and number. What do you want to know about this product? Please enter your name, email address and product question in the fields below and we will get back to you within the next 24-48 hours. My five-year-old daughter, Mini, can`t live without gossip. But at one point, Mini`s mother stepped in and begged me to « beware of this man. » William Craigie, A.

J. Aitken, James A. C. Stevenson If you require immediate assistance with this or any other product, please call 1-800-CHRISTIAN to speak directly with a customer service representative. Find out which words work together and create more natural English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. Join our community to access the latest language learning and assessment tips from Oxford University Press! The ball was flat at the base and had no hollow cut or pin; Its weight must exceed that of our mini-ball. She fashioned them like mini-balls so that they could infallibly reach the cell of the sweetest digestion.