a pass over the Savoy Alps, between Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France, and La Thuile, Italy: 11th-century hospice. Height: 2187 m (7177 ft)
- Little strokes fell great oaks
Limited strength, when persistently applied, can accomplish great feats. This proverb is found in Poor Richard’s Almanack, by Benjamin Franklin.
1. a river in NE Georgia, SW North Carolina, and E Tennessee, flowing NW to the Tennessee River. 135 miles (217 km) long.
noun 1. generally noncommercial drama, usually of an experimental nature and directed at a limited audience. 2. a small theater, producing plays whose effectiveness would be lost in larger houses. 3. amateur theatricals.
- Little theatre
noun 1. (theatre, mainly US & Canadian) experimental or avant-garde drama, usually amateur, originating from a theatrical movement of the 1920s