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small change

Fig. an insignificant person. (Also a rude term of address.) Look, small change, why don't you just move along? The guy you think is small change happens to own this building you seem to be guarding so well.
See also: change, small

small change

n. an insignificant person. (Also a rude term of address.) The guy you think is small change happens to own this building you seem to be guarding so well.
See also: change, small
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Al Tayer said the teething issues of small change came only with the introduction of the value added tax.
She was told that from now on, any consumer could issue a complaint against any shop that refuses to give small change in coins.
Small change has been a technical challenge for coin-based government controlled monetary systems, but we can be reasonably confident that a market-based system would be able to deal with the problem.
Despite the credit crunch a survey found British people are flippant about small change with 44 per cent saying they would not bother to pick up a penny from the street, 67 per cent throw coins into fountains and 49 per cent say "keep the change" when buying something just to avoid having to carry loose coins.
In Small Change, La Raja contends that neither campaign finance regulation nor parties can be studied in isolation.
Michaels, who is known for motivating people to lead healthier lifestyles, says making small changes and smart choices now can have a big impact for the future.
A spokesman for Curleys supermarket said: "We are seeing more people at the check-out taking the time to count out small change for whatever they're buying.
Plan: Identify a small change that you think might improve a process.
Written by associate professor of accounting and Certified Fraud Examiner Herbert Snyder, Small Change Big Problems: Detecting and Preventing Financial Misconduct in Your Library is a no-nonsense guide is a no-nonsense discussion and practical guide to the unique fiscal vulnerability of libraries, and how to safeguard them from thieves--especially thieves who are in a position of trust.
Small change, big problems; detecting and preventing financial misconduct in your library.
I was once exposed to a theory of improvement that advocated making a small change in the operation.
Impressively illustrated with sixteen watercolor artworks by Patti Kern that will attract and keep the attention of children ages 4 to 8, No Small Change by John Luksetich is a unique medieval money math story that teaches preschool and early elementary children the value of money, the skill of counting, and the importance patriotism and of standing up for what they believe in.
Then a further small change "tips" the system and a large effect is observed.
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My small change, which I hoped would start to make a big difference was to cut my intake of fast food in half.