dimin

dimin.

1. diminish.
2. diminuendo.
3. diminutive.
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Sean Dimin, owner of Sea to Table, says, "Plated has shown a true commitment to working with us, knowing that the purchasing choices they're making directly affects fishermen, fishing families, and traditional fishing communities across the country.
Wright pleaded guil to manslaughter on the grounds of dimin ished responsibility He was released on li cence in Septembe after serving less th four years.
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But then the dimin utive Irish sing er was wearing his Parka anorak with the hood up.
Greenpeace believes that the ban has succeeded in preventing a global environmental disaster and claims that hazardous waste exports to developing countries have dimin ished dramatically since the ban was adopted, notwithstanding the fact that it has not yet entered into force.
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The meditation that leads attendees through a ten year future vision of their ideal life will be led by lululemon manager, Chelsea Dimin.