Little Giant


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Noun1.Little Giant - United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slaveryLittle Giant - United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slavery; he engaged in a famous series of debates with Abraham Lincoln (1813-1861)
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There was a man who was known in the party as the "Little Giant." The Lord had used up so much material in the making of his head that there had not been enough to complete his legs; but he got about on the platform, and when he shook his raven whiskers the pillars of capitalism rocked.
"In 1923, my great-uncle, Mankato Free Press owner Charles Butler, a stockholder in the Little Giant Co., contacted my grandfather, L.J.
On May 17, 2013, the BOC caught Little Giant and its broker allegedly trying to smuggle into the country four forty-footer container vans of rice worth P5 million from Taiwan at the Sub-Port of Mindanao Container Terminal.
Little Giant's stable companion Khaysan is unlikely to reverse Leopardstown form with the Kevin Prendergast-trained colt Tarfaa in the second division.
He calls it "a Little Giant" lemon squeezer, probably made by Peck & Stowe."
Most historians agree Douglas put Lincoln on the defensive; consequently, the "Little Giant" appeared to be the winner.
Logan College Literacy Program, Williamson County Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Touch of Nature's Camp Little Giant, and Marion High School Special Education.
Camp at Little Grassy Lake, now known as Camp Little Giant, continues to provide a true summer camp experience adapted especially to the abilities and disabilities of participants.