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  • n  a land imagined by Jonathan Swift that was inhabited by tiny people
News & Articles

  • San Jose: Teen slain on streets named for kids' tales
    A whimsical developer decades ago happily tossed in street names borrowed from kiddie fiction: Bambi, Sleepy Hollow, Cinderella, Lilliput and Cotton Tail. It seemed humorous and fitting for what was a sparkling, new eastside subdivision built alongside -- Story Road. Cortez became the city's 44th homicide victim of the year, a pace to make it one of the bloodiest in history
    Nov. 25, 2013 - Contra Costa Times
Quotes

  • Donnie Walsh in USA Today
    Look at the playoffs,Walsh said. "There's not any Lilliput teams out there."
  • David Gergen in Knowledge@Wharton
    You feel a little like Gulliver in Lilliput,Gergen said of the presidency.
  • Mukesh in Indiatimes
    Our solution would provide Lilliput, the technology edge in the highly competitive apparel and footwear market. PRIL has the early-mover advantage in the Retail market and is well positioned to cater to the 'organised retailing' boom in India,...

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