He spent a year building a mini luge track with his father in their backyard in Connecticut.
In 1977, back-up singer/girlfriend Gloria Jones wrapped their purple mini around a sycamore tree.
Patterson notes that “mini flash crashes seem to be happening on a daily basis.”
The mini- Monet, as many have come to know him, had his first solo exhibition shortly after.
There are the enthusiastic fans, as well as girls in mini skirts with abundant cleavage promoting the latest TV series.
The ball was flat at the base, and had neither hollow cup nor pin; its weight must exceed that of our mini ball.
They said she would be very like mini, and there was reason why in her wretched infancy.
mini's father wrapped him in the wretched garment, carefully laid the infant on the pea-straw at his feet, and rowed wearily away.
But mini did not cry; he had known so many things so much sadder.
Haka Kaina went to the house of the mini Aunas and talked to the brothers.
1961, abbreviation of mini-car, a small car made by British Leyland (formerly British Motor Corp.). As an abbreviation of miniskirt, it is attested from 1966. The vogue for mini- as a prefix in English word coinage dates from c.1960.
Small; miniature: minilaparotomy.
: She looked out of place in her mini dress
used to form nouns Small; miniature; short: minibus/ minicab/ minivan/ minicam/ minishegoss or meshugas) Craziness; absurdities: a mishegoss of mixed-up crap/ and free-lance mishigas/ Mailer's old meshugas about cancer
[1890s+; fr Yiddish fr Hebrew]
used to form nouns Small; miniature; short: minibus/minicab/minivan/minicam/mininuke/minisemester/miniskirt
[late 1930s+; fr miniature]