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Lit·tle

(lit'ĕl),
William J., English surgeon, 1810-1894. See: Little disease.
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Now I have no horse!' said Little Klaus, beginning to cry.
'I should very much like to be allowed to spend the night there,' thought Little Klaus; and he went and knocked at the door.
As these people passed him standing still in the court-yard, and one of them turned back to inquire if he could assist him with his services, it came into Arthur Clennam's mind that he would speak to Little Dorrit again before he went away.
He then observed that in the parlour window was a blind with the inscription, MR CRIPPLES's ACADEMY; also in another line, EVENING TUITION; and behind the blind was a little white-faced boy, with a slice of bread-and-butter and a battledore.
"Wah!" said Little Toomai, "thou art a big elephant," and he wagged his fluffy head, quoting his father.
Little Toomai remembered the Cawnpore elephant-lines and said nothing.
LITTLE Benjamin said, "It spoils people's clothes to squeeze under a gate; the proper way to get in, is to climb down a pear tree."
They left a great many odd little foot-marks all over the bed, especially little Benjamin, who was wearing clogs.
"Is it true that you have taken my little playfellow?
"Yes, Violet,--yes, my little Peony," said their kind mother, "you may go out and play in the new snow."
"Once upon a time," said the Linnet, "there was an honest little fellow named Hans."
Eva looked with wonder on their gay faces and bright garments, and in the joy of her heart sang too, and threw crimson fruit for the little folks to feast upon.