A Small Problem
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"A small problem" is a book by A. R Plumb.
A Small Problem is a British sitcom originally broadcast on BBC2 in 1987. Intended as a satire on prejudice, the show was set in a Britain starring Christopher Ryan who had previously played Mike in The Young Ones, with a form of apartheid based on people's height. Anyone below 5ft tall was forced to live in tower-block ghettos south of the River Thames. However, many viewers appeared not to understand the satirical aspect of the show, and the BBC was flooded with complaints.
- begun in (28 years ago)
- country: United Kingdom
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- genre: Sitcom
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by Hossein Tavakoli
1 = no problem, 2 = a small problem, 3 = a moderate problem, 4 = a large problem, 5 = a very large problem. For the second issue (how much the problem was solved), 1 = not solved at all, 2 = solved ...
by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
A proverb example is “das hi hua xiao, xiao shi hua wu” which is used to solve disputes or arguments and literally means “downplay a big problem to a small problem, and then ...
Volume 42 - Supplement 27 by Allen Kent, James G. Williams
A small problem might execute on a single multiple-issue processor; ...
by Kenneth E. Hendrickson III
There was a small problem, as the message transmitted described him as “in the garb of a Quaker,” but there was no Q on the five-needle telegraph, the message reading “in the garb of a Kwaker [sic].” Tawell was arrested, tried, convicted, and ...
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