MIDGET


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MIDGETModular Integrated Digital Equipment Tester
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J DELIGHTED Josh Hollywood and Nicola Eyres, of Ayrshire Cancer Support, with the 1973 MG Midget that has been donated to the charity for auction
Dr Pritchard adds: "I'd say 'midget' is the most commonly used term, while Oompa Loompa (from Charlie and The Chocolate Factory) and Mini-Me (the Austin Powers films) are also common."
He brought his midget and his micro sprint and looked to get at least one checkered flag in his hand by night's end.
Reading from a medical report, he said: "The midget said get rid of them, make it quick, get the knife and slit their throats, you are chicken.
His company designs and manufactures midget submarines, which he said was a more cost-effective solution to the Gulf as all six states face financial setbacks with the fall in oil prices.
I really enjoy racing the midget. It's more difficult to drive than the sprint car as it has a much smaller wheel base and an incredible amount of HP-to-weight ratio.
Speaking on 4FM, Mr Byrne said: "I apologise for using the word midget but that's as close as we're going to get."
The Iranian naval fleet present in the exercises comprised of Falakhon (Sling) and Khanjar (Dagger) missile frigates, Hendijan and Deylam replenishment ships as well as a Ghadir midget submarine.
The Qadir is a tiny, midget submarine only 29 meters (95 feet) long and carrying a crew of 18 in very cramped space.