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dwarf

 [dworf]
an abnormally undersized person; see also dwarfism. adj., adj dwar´�fish.
hypophysial dwarf pituitary dwarf.
hypothyroid dwarf a dwarf with hypothyroidism or cretinism. See dwarfism.
infantile dwarf a dwarf with infantilism.
normal dwarf an individual who is undersized but perfectly formed.
pituitary dwarf a person with pituitary dwarfism; called also hypophyseal dwarf.
renal dwarf a person with renal dwarfism.

nanus

[nā′nəs]
1 See dwarf.
2 an individual of abnormally small stature. nanoid [nā′noid] , adj.

nanus

a dwarf.
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nanus pupae (60 from both treated and control plots) were recovered from the field 96 h after the parasitoid release.
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Harris J (2008) Cercartetus nanus (Diprotodontia: Burramyidae).
Harris JM and Goldingay RL (2005) Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the eastern pygmy-possum Cercartetus nanus in Victoria.
The end result of Transformative leadership is, Bennis and Nanus consider, an empowering environment and accompanying culture, enabling employees to generate a sense of meaning in their work.
Bennis and Nanus, in their book Leaders (1985), identified skills that leaders possess.