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pint·size

 (pīnt′sīz′) also pint·sized (-sīzd′)
adj. Informal
Of small dimensions; diminutive.
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This approach may inadvertently let in some questionable content, but it's also better at letting in more useful content than a pre-screening approach.
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All of this will improve detection of what qualifies as questionable content," Facebook said in a statement.