[see also: little, minor, slight
......, where C can be made arbitrarily small by taking...... [Not: “arbitrary small'']
for all sufficiently small h
However small a neighbourhood of x we take, the image will be...... [= No matter how small]
Thus A is the smallest algebra with this property.
There is a smallest algebra with this property.
Then B contains a unique element of smallest norm.
Therefore, F is not <no> smaller than G.