bantam


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Synonyms for bantam

notably below average in amount, size, or scope

Synonyms for bantam

any of various small breeds of fowl

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The Bantam Lake State Boat Launch and Marina, located in the town of Morris, Connecticut, is approximately
Bantam Cider will be rolling out the program to its other New England markets, including Maine, New Hampshire and Connecticut, over the coming months.
A MEMORIAL was unveiled in Merseyside to mark the centenary of the formation of an "undersized" fighting unit known as the Bantams.
This particular liquid oxygen/kerosene engine, dubbed "Baby Bantam" (because it is at the lower end of the Bantam engine family thrust range), has a thrust of 5,000 pounds.
Following my piece about the origin of the Bantams nickname used by the club from 1908 and 1962 I had several readers give me their view.
The Bantam medium's positioning capabilities make long-term standing a reality for larger children.
bantam Bagels WIU open in the 750 s/f space at 283 Bleeker in late August.
The Bantams are 8-1 to win the cup and just 4-5 to find the force to knock out their top-flight opponents.
In 1938 and again in 1939, the Pennsylvania National Guard used a few small open-topped sedans built by the American Bantam Car Company as utility vehicles during training exercises.
He became trade sales manager at McClelland & Stewart in 1976 and joined Bantam Doubleday Dell in 1984 as vice president, Publishing Division.
Best in Show Cup and Best Hard Feather Bantam Cup and two bags feed from the Smallholder range supplied by WCF Ltd, Hexham: Bill Jewitt (Bishop Auckland) with an Old English Game Partridge female
His crusade inspired Llangollen International Eisteddfod press officer Nigel Davies who is now on the lookout for his late father's 1966 BSA Bantam, reg FUN 15D.
American Bantam was the failing remains of a company that had been established to manufacture a domestic version of the Austin, a lightweight economy car from Great Britain.
But, in the 1980s his publisher, which was then Bantam Books, was eager to introduce him to Onassis, who was working as an editor at Doubleday.