Small Potatoes

Some articles on small potatoes, small:

Congress Of Industrial Organizations - History
... Lewis responded that Hutcheson’s comment was “small potatoes,” to which Hutcheson replied “I was raised on small potatoes, that is why I am so small ... The incident – which was also “small potatoes,” but very memorable – helped cement Lewis’ image in the public eye as someone willing to fight for workers ...
Craft Unionism - Challenges
... Lewis responded that Hutcheson’s comment was “small potatoes,” to which Hutcheson replied “I was raised on small potatoes, that is why I am so small.” After ... The incident – which was also “small potatoes,” but very memorable – personified the conflict between craft and industrial organizing.The CIO proceeded to ...
Small Potatoes (The X-Files) - Reception
... "Small Potatoes" was originally broadcast in the United States on the Fox network on April 20, 1997, and was first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC One on February 4, 1998 ... Club gave "Small Potatoes" an A, saying that it "isn’t the very best X-Files episode (though it’s certainly up there), but it’s perhaps the easiest ... was "easily one of his best." Topless Robot named "Small Potatoes" the eighth funniest episode of the series ...
Jutlandic Dialect - Grammar - Semantics
... An example of this would be dem små kartofler versus æ små kartofler 'the small potatoes' ... dem små kartofler refers to the small potatoes in a set, i.e ... those 5 small potatoes on the table ...
Small Potatoes (The X-Files)
4 episodes List of The X-Files episodes "Small Potatoes" is the twentieth episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files ... "Small Potatoes" received a Nielsen rating of 13.0 and was viewed by 20.86 million people in its initial broadcast ... In this episode, a small town is “blessed” by babies being born with tails ...

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