Little Person


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A preferred term for a person of diminutive size resulting from dwarfism or of various causes
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NEW YORK, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Spike TV explores the outrageous world of little person wrestling with "Half Pint Brawlers," a new unscripted half-hour, six-episode series premiering Wednesday, June 2 at 11:00 PM, ET/PT.
The charming tall tale introduces readers to the ungrateful Alice, whose loud voice changes into the Northern Lights--until an odd little person offers her the choice to be nice, so that her normal voice will return.
Your words have a big impact on the people who look up to you--yep, on this one little person in particular.
I'm a little person who likes to see the little people recognized for the work they do.
Here I have a little person budding with more curiosity than can be satisfied, whose zany antics throughout her daily routine contain within them the very epitome of what it means to discover, grow, and learn limits.
Books are a good last-minute gift to bring home to that little person saying 'What did you bring me?
He's just 3ft 6ins and Warwick (left) has some entertaining anecdotes about life as a little person.
It might not lead to sex but at least you'll be spending some quality time together where you're not focused entirely on this little person.
A " fter we left the hospital, it was quite scary to think that we were suddenly in charge of this little person, but we have had a lot of support from our family.
The former 'Spice Girls' member told Mashable that an element of self doubt was most likely important and there was nothing wrong with having a second little person that sits on their shoulder, making sure that one remains appreciative.
Cook said of Mary Jane, "She is just adorable, and she is a delightful little person.