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of minor importance

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Cordell Spencer had been convicted of three small-time drug offenses before his arrest in Washington, D.
Gardai have said he was a small-time drug dealer and believe he may have been killed in a revenge attack.
these aren't small-time goals but lifetime projects.
Ten years ago, most marijuana growers were adult users and small-time dealers with a few plants in their closet or backyard.
Brown has a loveless love affair with the wife of a small-time South American ambassador.
Woody Allen plays an old, small-time crook full of big ideas about how to get rich quick.
Detectives across Ireland nabbed the alleged small-time dealers in well- planned raids.
Addicted to drugs and homeless for the past nine years, Gordon had a record typical of small-time crooks: a few charges of drug possession, disturbing the peace, resisting arrest, and two convictions for theft.
Every time short-term interest rates go up, small-time space users become more tentative, postponing plans for expansion and curtailing expenses where possible.
Based on a true story, "Our Fathers" is an epic account of a small-time lawyer who uncovers the systemic cover-up of child abuse by priests in the Boston Archdiocese.
LLANO -- A $10,000 reward has been offered for information in the slaying of a small-time filmmaker, who was shot to death at his isolated desert home that doubled as a film set.
But as she aged, she traded the small-time hustle for more elaborate moves.
Our Fathers is the epic account of a small-time lawyer who uncovers the systemic cover-up of child abuse by priests in the Boston Archdiocese.
He's to escort a small-time criminal, Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) the 16 Manhattan blocks from lock-up to the courthouse, where he's set to testify before a grand jury.