little people

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little people


little folk

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(European Myth & Legend) folklore small supernatural beings, such as elves, pixies, or leprechauns

lit′tle peo`ple
1. (in folklore) small, imaginary beings, as elves, fairies, or leprechauns.
2. the common people, esp. workers, small merchants, or the like, who lead conventional, presumably unremarkable lives.
3. small children.
4. midgets or dwarfs.
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To use Google's latest family features, you'll need to set up Google Play Family Library account by going to (https://families.
Darwish Technology has announced the first wireless earphones from the B&O Play family with the launch of Beoplay H5
Bryngarw Country Park There's lots of woodland to explore, grassland to play family games, formal gardens and lots of water features including ponds, lakes and a river.
Happy Valley star Siobhan Finneran will play family liaison officer and former Huddersfield detective Christine Freeman while Game of Thrones actress Gemma Whelan takes the role of shamed mother Karen.
MOORPOOL Players will be performing the play Family Planning at the Moorpool Hall, Harborne, from November 21-24.
iPieces games use the latest innovative technology and interactive playing pieces to allow up to six to play family favourite board games on the iPad.
For example, younger and newly arrived inmates are statistically more likely to participate in a play family than older inmates or those who have been in prison longer (Huggins et al.
Some helpful tips offered are: (1) Be positive; (2) Play family games; (3) Avoid stereotypes; (4) Choose gifts that develop problem solving skills; (5) Expand your children's horizons; (6) Buy or borrow library books; (7) Connect math learning to the real world; (8) Visit museums, libraries and community centers; (9) Talk with teachers and other school staff; and (10) Encourage your children to solve problems.
Psychologists say children should read a book, sing or play family games instead.
Child's play Family attractions include the Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, Rare Breeds Farm, World In Miniature, Oban Chocolate Company, horse riding, whale and dolphin tours, cycling, Atlantis Leisure, a trip to Balamory or Torosay Castle on Mull, fishing at Inverawe Smokery, Inverary Jail and Castle, forest walks and Kilmarten Glen.
At an after-school session at Broadgreen School, parents and children were brought together to make a family shield and encouraged to play family games.
SHOPPERS visiting The Mall, Middlesbrough, tomorrow have the chance to play Family Fortunes and could win a pounds 1,500 shopping spree.