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1,191. Live a little, comfort a little, cheer thyself a little. (Life’s Like That & Comfort & Cheer & Little) William Shakespeare, As You Like It II vi 5, Orlando to Adam
56,803. Little things please little minds. (Proverb & Little) Late 16th century proverb
79,484. It’s dreadful what little things lead people to misunderstand each other. L M Montgomery, Emily’s Quest
79,485. You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you. Andy Warhol
79,486. It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important. Arthur Conan Doyle
92,147. When I was little – when I was – there was so much to look forward to. (Unemployment & Little) Alan Bleasdale, Boys From the Blackstuff: Yosser’s Story
76,674. A great man is always willing to be little. (Humble & Little) Ralph Waldo Emerson
105,946. There are nearly 200 types of dwarfism, and the smallest most proportionate dwarfs are called primordials. (Dwarf & Little) The Smallest People in the World, Channel 4 2007
105,947. ‘If she got pregnant, it would probably kill her.’ (Dwarf & Little) ibid. mother
105,948. Primordial dwarfs are so rare that most doctors have never seen one in their lifetime. (Dwarf & Little) ibid.
105,950. Primordial dwarfs are characterized by severely restricted growth, proportionate limbs and high-pitched squeaky voices; most die by the time they are thirty. (Dwarf & Little) ibid.
119,978. Being smaller has its perks: smaller stars burn far far longer than big stars. Smaller things are relatively speaking stronger. And it turns out smaller people actually live longer. (Size & Little) Hannah Fry, Size Matters II: That Sinking Feeling
119,979. A half-sized planet would mean half the the normal gravity at the surface. (Size & Little) ibid.
119,980. A smaller Earth would have a weaker magnetosphere … A weaker magnetic field also wobbles more … (Size & Little & Electromagnetism) ibid.
119,981. The smaller you are the hungrier you get. (Size & Little & Hunger) ibid.
119,982. A problem that affects all very small creatures – brain size. (Size & Little & Brain) ibid.
119,983. Stars behave completely differently depending on their size. (Size & Little & Star) ibid.
119,984. It all goes to show just how narrow and fragile the universal balance is that allows us to exist in the first place. (Size & Little & Anthropic Principle) ibid.