01. Their new Chihuahua puppy is really [tiny].
02. Monaco is a [tiny] country, probably the smallest in the world.
03. Gordie has a [tiny] brain in his pointed head.
04. Junko's apartment in Tokyo was [tiny], but it cost her almost $1,000 a month.
05. I like to watch the [tiny] bubbles floating in my champagne.
06. Their baby was born a month early, and was just a [tiny] little thing.
07. Can I have just a [tiny] sip of your beer?
08. She has a wonderful little dollhouse, with beautiful, [tiny] furniture.
09. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that what lies behind us, and what lies before us are [tiny] matters compared to what lies within us.
10. Norman Lear once remarked that happiness is made up of [tiny] successes.
11. A human has [tiny] bones meant for a tail, and unworkable muscles once meant to move his ears.
12. Flamingos are not naturally pink; they get their color from their food - [tiny] green algae that turn pink during digestion.
13. Israel has an amazing variety of landscape for such a [tiny] country.
14. The teenage boy stared as the girl walked by in her [tiny] bikini.
15. In Burkina Faso, [tiny] wooden dolls are sold to protect children from harm.

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