Mini

Authi (1968-1975) Leyland AustraliaFacorca (Venezuela) | production = 1959–2000 Cowley plant, Oxford (1959-1968) Longbridge plant, Birmingham (1959-2000) | class = City car | body_style = 2-door saloon This distinctive two-door car was designed for BMC by Sir Alec Issigonis. It was manufactured at the Longbridge and Cowley plants in England, the...
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Mini

(from the article `automobile`) ...French had great success with the `Traction Avant` Citroën. Swedish aircraft manufacturer Saab AB used it too, for its entry into the automobile ... ...1950s, Issigonis returned to what had become the British Motor Corp., where in 1959, in response to the Suez energy crisis (1956) and th...
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mini

[adj] - (of women`s clothing
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mini

adjective used of women`s clothing; very short with hemline above the knee; `a mini dress`; `miniskirts`
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Mini

[Skins series 5] Mini is the third episode of the fifth series of the British teen drama Skins. It first aired in the UK on E4 on 10 February 2011. It focuses on the character Mini McGuinness (Freya Mavor) as she tries to put on a charity fashion show and maintain her relationship with her boyfriend, Nick Levan (Sean Teale). ==Synopsis== Th...
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Mini

[Skins series 6] `Mini` is the fifth episode of the sixth series of the British teen drama Skins. It premiered on E4 in the UK on 20 February 2012. The episode is told from the point of view of character Mini McGuinness. Mini`s hates her mum`s pervy new live-in boyfriend, and to make matters worse, Alo has broken the rules of their `no stri...
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mini

A moderate-sized computer that can serve many users in a department, or one dedicated to a complex computational function such as computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging; smaller and slower than a mainframe, more complex and powerful than a personal computer. ... Origin: It. Miniatura, decoration of manuscripts, fr. L. Minium, red lead .....
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mini

Type: Term Pronunciation: mi′nē Definitions: 1. A moderate-sized computer that can serve many users in a department, or one dedicated to a complex computational function such as computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging; smaller and slower than a mainframe, more complex and powerful than a personal computer. 2. A miniature nerve ...
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