munchkin


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munchkin

(ˈməntʃkən)
n. a small or insignificant person. You’re not going to let that munchkin push you around, are you?
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5 ( ANI ): Tennis superstar Serena Williams on Saturday treated the world with an adorable photo of her little munchkin Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.
To be fair, I don't know if Munchkin was destined for wool production or the butcher's block, but for the sake of argument I postulate the latter, being the fate of thousands of lambs.
We were taking Munchkin to the vet for tests for about 10 months.
Munchkin A FAR from serious game, Munchkin parodies the immature role-players who play only to "win" by having the most powerful character possible.
There are many different settings to create -- the Kansas farm house, Munchkin Land, the journey along the yellow brick road, the Emerald City, the haunted forest and the wicked witch's castle,'' she said.
Frank Baum, they populated Munchkin Country and first appeared in the novel, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz".
One day, a terrifying tornado hits Dorothy's uncle's farm in Kansas that takes hold of the home, depositing it in a far away land, the Land of Oz in Munchkin Country.
Slover was best known for playing the lead trumpeter in the Munchkins' band but also had roles as a Munchkin townsman and soldier in the film.
Earlier this year the caddy was acquired by the baby care supplier Munchkin Inc.
I was quite a bit slower so I started running the Munchkin League with the little kids," Wenrich said.
FILM star Meinhardt Raabe, who played the Munchkin coroner in The Wizard Of Oz, has died, aged 94.
NORTH HILLS - When a feng shui master mapped out new offices for baby-product company Munchkin and its subsidiary, Bamboo Pet, its design for good fortune apparently worked.
Short and sweet; the life and times of the Lollipop Munchkin.
Jerry Maren represented the Lollipop Guild in the Wizard of Oz, as a Munchkin on the most popular movie of all time.