Small World

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... the Call - present 22 Matt Jennings Jacob Allan Small World - present 22 ... Emma MacKey Zoe Cramond The Taste of Freedom From Little Things - Big Kids You've Got to ...
Small World (board Game)
... Small World is a board game designed by Philippe Keyaerts and published by Days of Wonder in 2009 ... Small World has won several awards, including Games magazine 2010 Game of the Year ...
Small World (board Game) - History
... Philippe Keyaerts developed Small World from his earlier board game, Vinci ... Small World has a new theme, the addition of dice, and separate race and powers pools ... Small World was released in March 2009 in English, German and French editions ...
Complex Network - Small-world Networks
... A network is called a small-world network by analogy with the small-world phenomenon (popularly known as six degrees of separation) ... The small world hypothesis, which was first described by the Hungarian writer Frigyes Karinthy in 1929, and tested experimentally by Stanley Milgram (1967), is the idea ... Watts and Steven Strogatz published the first small-world network model, which through a single parameter smoothly interpolates between a random graph to a lattice ...
Small World - Other Uses
... It's a Small World, a ride at several Disney parks, commonly known as Small World Small World (board game), a board game by Days of Wonder Smallworld ...

Famous quotes containing the words world and/or small:

    All appeared new, and strange at first, inexpressibly rare and delightful and beautiful. I was a little stranger, which at my entrance into the world was saluted and surrounded with innumerable joys. My knowledge was divine. I knew by intuition those things which since my Apostasy, I collected again by the highest reason.
    Thomas Traherne (1636–1674)

    You—poor and obscure, and small and plain as you are—I entreat to accept me as a husband.
    Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855)