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smidgen

(ˈsmɪdʒnæ)
n. a tiny bit. Oh, come on, more than a smidgen. Just a little?
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The Smidgens educate our children to protect the Earth and positively affect their behaviors socially and environmentally.
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Greg and Stephanie Burgin, creators of the Smidgens, state that, "Our goal is to teach children and families to engage in recycling behaviors, and every little bit counts.
It bears smidgens of extra sympathy for the story's two male monsters - cruelly critical parent Austin Sloper (Albert Finney) and fortune-hunter Morris Townsend (Ben Chaplin) - and is humorously indulgent of heroine Catherine Sloper's immense awkwardness.
He has smidgens of form this season and is a top five contender.
It turns out that the tiniest remaining smidgen of breast tissue can harbor the seeds of doom.