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Not the greatest tragedy in the world, perhaps, but a mite sad.
OPEC meets in Vienna on Friday, a meeting that will, according to the Wall Street Journal, be a mite testy.
This made him look a mite desperate and distinctly unpresidential.Yes, The Debate Moderator Screwed Up. That's Life.|Megan McArdle|October 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Well, maybe a household name among the Twitterati, we who take ourselves a mite too seriously, but never mind.The Sedition Files: How an Indian Cartoonist Becomes a Criminal|Dilip D’Souza|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Inside the copse the doves were cooing, squirrels leaping, the cuckoo crying, as the mite went along.Golden Moments|Anonymous
And there isnt a mite of harm in that Asa Scruggs, added the housekeeper.The Corner House Girls' Odd Find|Grace Brooks Hill
I mite hev doubled it; but the fellows wuz took in so easy that no financeerin wuz required, and it really wuz no amoozment.Swingin Round the Cirkle.|Petroleum V. Nasby
Such is the honour of that mite, that he looks at Cobbs, to see whether he has brought him into trouble.The Holly-Tree|Charles Dickens
He's never paid any attention to anybody, and I guess it's a mite late to expect him to begin now.Mr. Crewe's Career, Complete|Winston Churchill