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  • s  extremely scanty
    an exiguous budget

  • Lopez has only an exiguous notion of what real gay life is like, but such misapprehensions are not uncommon among young people with same-sex attractions.
  • General Rodrguez is known on the border as the in out leader of Mexico's exiguous Los Dorados ("The Gold Shirts").
  • The Bureau has a quick retort: it is doing what it can on its exiguous budget ($3,861,000 for the current year).

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