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Lilliput,

a mythical land inhabited by little people, described in Gulliver's Travels, a novel by Jonathan Swift.
Lilliputian hallucination - people, animals, and objects appear smaller than they would be normally in real life.
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The "Aztec Liliputians" were San Salvadoran siblings with learning difficulties, probably sold by their parents before being exhibited first in the United States and then in Britain.
Where the mercenaries against the Liliputians in Vietnam and against the pahari peanut in Afghan mountains failed, miracles are expected from the Pakistani forces as if the latter are the world leaders in uniform!
Which book features the Liliputians, a race of people only six inches tall?
For a jockey who is a Gulliver among Liliputians, and who presumably exists on the traditional `fat jockey's diet' of half a lettuce leaf and some low-calorie water, you could probably trim that figure again.