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The opposite of a gentle giant would be a malicious midget source. Originally posted by parkchny. His voice was soft, caring almost making your blood boil even hotter.
An Austria native, Adam Rainer was born in to average sized parents. At the tender age of 18, Rainer measured at only 4 feet 0. Medically, he was declared a dwarf, but despite his short height, medical records noted he had remarkably large hands and feet.
The Chirurgeon's Apprentice I often write about rare medical disorders, but there is one extraordinary case which is so strange, that there is only one documented instance of it in medical history. It involves a man who was both a dwarf as well as a giant over the course of his lifetime. When WW1 broke out, Rainer tried to enlist in the army, but at 4'6. A year later, Rainer tried again, and although he had grown a full 2 inches, the army rejected him once more on the basis of his height.
Very few details are known about the life of Adam Rainer, but in a way, he represents an extraordinary piece of medical history. He was born in Graz, Austria inand as he grew and matured, it became evident that his stature was significantly shorter than the average man. Inwhen he was 21 years old, he stood only 3 feet
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Once upon a time, in a land not that far away from where you are now, there lived a giant, all alone. This giant was different. He was only three feet tall.
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