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lightweight

1. mod. inconsequential. This is a fairly lightweight matter.
2. n. an inconsequential person; someone who accomplishes very little. Don’t worry about her. She’s just a lightweight.
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In recreating the Lightweight E-type, Jaguar Heritage brought together a team of talented engineers and technicians already working in a variety of departments within Jaguar.
e prototype Lightweight makes its public debut at this week's Pebble Beach Automotive weekend, the world's most prestigious classic car event, where it is almost certain to be star of the show.
Jaguar's Lightweight E-Type project originally got underway in February 1963.
Only 12 of the aluminiumbodied Lightweight E-Types were eventually built by Jaguar's competition department, the last in 1964, the remaining six designated chassis numbers having lain dormant, until now.
The Lightweight weighed in at 250lbs less than a standard E-Type, thanks to its all-aluminium body and engine block, and was raced by motorsport legends such as Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart.
Jose Luis Castillo won the WBC lightweight title last June against Juan Lazcano.
I've personally killed two bull elk with lightweights and while two elk hardly makes me an expert, I'll mention the details of those two hunts just because my lightweight poundage bows and light arrows killed both elk quickly.
When I think of lightweights I can't help but think of the story from the Bible about David and Goliath.
The buck crumpled within sight, the victim of a meager lightweight arrow combination.
9 lightweight, fights Zarin Spivey in the 10-round main event.
Enrique Bolanos: Bolanos, a lightweight, was as well-known as Aragon in the '40s and '50s but captured the love of Angelenos like no one else.
He returned to the ring to challenge unsuccessfully for the featherweight and lightweight titles.
The Long Beach native stopped Carlos Cruz to win the lightweight title in 1969, lost it, then won back the WBC version by outpointed Pedro Carrasco in 1972.
Accompanying the fourth generation of Tornado Messenger is Tornado's Lightweight Development Kit (LDK).
The software architecture of Tornado Messenger has been re-engineered using the Lightweight Development Kit (LDK).
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