The tiny screen, cramped seats and no line in the ladies room was a reminder that we are not in L.A. anymore!
The show records for over two hours, a tiny bit of which is willy-waving and “banter” and the rest NEWS.
How could anyone kill a tiny creature of just three years in this way?
The dust catches in the throat like smoke, and the tiny glasslike shards sting the eyes.
The coroner would also note the tiny hemorrhages that accompany strangulation.
Now it occurred to me that perhaps the sailors, too, might be afraid of tiny.
They add up to only a tiny fraction of the price that has been paid for our freedom.
"You must not do that," he said quickly, as he clasped his hand over the tiny flame.
I had there a tiny mirror, about two-thirds of which had fallen from its frame.
They leaped about here and there, and some seemed like tiny flames.