minuscule


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the characters that were once kept in bottom half of a compositor's type case

a small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts

of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial

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very small

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The minuscule posets are a class of posets arising in the representation theory of Lie algebras that enjoy some astonishing combinatorial properties.
Worse yet, some companies go out of their way to trick shoppers by emphasizing ingredients that are added in minuscule amounts or aren't there at all.
Two features dominated the proceedings: Andrea Dorfman's Parsley Days, which picked up the Best Actress prize (Megan Dulop) and the cinematography award, and Barry Newhooks' Newfoundland digital video (DV) flick, The Bingo Robbers, which copped writing, acting and soundtrack awards, Both were made on minuscule budgets with little agency or distributor interference in the scripts or direction.
While the online sales component may seem minuscule, it actually accounted for a whopping $1.
The usual cancers in lab animals have also been created, under conditions nowhere near analogous to exposure in minuscule amounts through drinking water.
It was particularly stunning in solo passages in which a lone figure could look minuscule one moment, yet have something like human-sized dimensions the next.
For another, most foods contain minuscule amounts of additives--hardly enough to cause negative reactions.
One of these units - a minuscule trapezoid in plan - has been infiltrated by O'Herlihy + Warner on behalf of Harriet Dorn, a women's clothing company.
Gemstar will use the nitrogen, up to 21 million cubic feet per month, to cryogenically grind scrap tire shreds to minuscule 'crumb' size.
The researchers, led by David Klenerman of the University of Cambridge in England, performed chemical reactions in their minuscule droplets.
At a time when Chelsea is filled with wall-size, color-saturated photographs pursuing "the painting of modern life," there is something perversely appealing about a show of minuscule black-and-white photographs made by a painter.
Will microscopic subs, minute rovers, And minuscule spy planes soon Invade your life?
In CBS hired Pauline Koner and Kitty Doner to supply fifteen minutes of original choreography for its fledgling network and minuscule audience.