1pececito masculineshe's only a tiddler — es muy chiquita / pequeñita
- Not only that, but if one of tiddlers outside the index started to do well, and get a bit bigger, then it would soon get added to the index.
- But it isn't just the tiddlers of the telecom industry that are in trouble.
- Now don't get me wrong, Susanna, I'm not defending our laws, but really, in comparison to laws in England, in comparison to laws in the United States, we're just tiddlers.
- This tiddler, this minnow of the money market should obviously be allowed to get bigger and swallow something bigger.
- He added: ‘If this was 50 metres high, maybe there would be a point on the visual impact, but this is a tiddler.’
- Just little tiddlers all of them, rain and dark cloud for about 20 minutes and then sunshine again.
- Jo Haywood discovers that buying clothes for tiddlers, toddlers, tweenies and teens is child's play this season.
- Although still a tiddler in publishing terms, it stresses that it is not a one-author wonder and is building up a stable of big - sellers.
- There are some other tiddlers too but we won't get involved in those.
- Once again, this proves that the tiddlers almost always beat the high-street names!
- Animation has come a long way since I was a tiddler way back in the last century.
- The Japanese manufacturer who, when it comes to cars, has made its name by thinking small rather than big, has this month launched another tiddler, but this one a five-door version.
- But, to the industry at least, the most important cars of 2005 will be the tiddlers.
- It was huge - not like the wild tiddlers we have at home.