|minuscule englanniksi||minute fr, small fr, minuscule en, lower case fr, tiny fr, diminutive fr|
: You have twenty minutes to complete the test.
: Wait a minute, I’m not ready yet!
: We need to be sure these maps are accurate to within one minute of arc.
: Let’s look at the minutes of last week’s meeting.
: If you buy this phone, you’ll get 100 free minutes.
*: I go this minute to attend the king.
: rfquotek|Wyclif (Mark xii. 42)
*: minutes and circumstances of his passion
: I’ll minute this evening’s meeting.
*: I dare say there was a vast amount of minuting, memoranduming, and dispatch-boxing, on this mighty subject.
*: On 17 November 1949 Jay minuted Cripps, arguing that trade liberalization on inessentials was socially regressive.
*: The Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command, Sir Richard Peirse, was sceptical of its findings, minuting, ‘I don’t think at this rate we could have hoped to produce the damage which is known to have been achieved.’
*: Mr. Klingstadt, chief Auditor of the Admiralty of that city, sent for and examined them very particularly concerning the events which had befallen them; minuting down their answers in writing, with an intention of publishing himself an account of their extraordinary adventures.
*: The Empress of Russia, with her own hand, minuted an edict for universal tolerance.
: ux|en|They found only minute quantities of chemical residue on his clothing.
: ux|en|The lawyer gave the witness a minute examination.
: ux|en|A small serving of ice cream.
: ux|en|A small group.
: ux|en|He made us all feel small.
: ux|en|Remember when the children were small?
*: A true delineation of the smallest man is capable of interesting the greatest man.
: a small space of time
*: Thats all one: you shall play it in a mask, and / you may speak as small as you will.
*: Thats going to go in there. Weve got some chives small chopped as well.
*: It small avails my mood.
*: And smalled till she was nought at all.
: ux|en|a minuscule dot
: ux|en|a minuscule dot
: The strongest passwords are those which mix numbers and letters, upper case and lower case, and symbols.
*: ‘You know I loved your husband like a brother, and you know Ive loved you and Sylvia ever since she was a tiny.’
*: The lessons we saw have been well suited to the age of the children as regards music, singing and moving (and stories about animals for the tinies and more abstract themes for the older children).
*: Might I now add a plea for the smaller irises, the tinies? They, also, should be divided up and replanted just now.
*: diminutive of liberty
: Booklet, the diminutive of book, means ‘small book’.