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claims that the wind farm would benefit only its developers and that the little man would get nothing out of it
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All three men agree, however, that the little man will probably end up losing out.
The little man is a perfect metaphor for our alienation from our own bodies.
Clive Owen, who usually plays sophisticated, smart and seductive characters, is here — appropriately — frumpy and befuddled, but his Gallimard lacks depth, the crucial tragic element, the longing of a little man for greater life.
Lauren Conrad is clearly falling in love with her little man more and more each day.
My old grandmother always said never to make trouble for chubby little men with bad haircuts, nerve gas, and nuclear weapons.
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