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a smidge

slang Only a little bit; a very small amount. Adjust the mirror a smidge to the right. A: "Would you like some more wine?" B: "Just a smidge, thanks!
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(Most of the genetic material would be from the parents of the first fertilized egg, since mitochondria contain only a smidge of genetic material.)
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We want what we have, what other people have and just a smidge more.
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If you are in the Northeast, for example, treatment may be a smidge different than in the South or California.
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