- n. A surname.
“Cross meandered to an end, and we had a short redirect in which Short identified 14 photos of the “motivational posters” with Bible verses.”
“The third was too short, “Short and thick is never quick.””
“The third was too short, "Short and thick is never quick.”
“Their garments Consists of a short Shirt of leather and a roabe of the Skins of Deer or the Antilope but fiew of them ware Shirts all have Short robes.”
“After Barkley had left a long-range penalty short, Farrell's measured cross-field punt was cleverly nudged back inside by Short, and Ratuvou, who appeared to knock on in the process of crossing the line, was given the benefit of the doubt by the television match official after the ball became lodged between his knees.”
“This year the Sigeman tournament was a short affair, and a Short affair.”
“SHORT. r\ Short, no herb, no falve was ever found To eafe a lover's heart, or heal his wound;”
“Office, 64 Cornhill, London, (I like to be particular, you see, as becomes one who professes to be an amateur student of the exact sciences), and I take out what they call a Short Term Policy of”
“It's often helpful to include what I call The Short List, a brief mention of comparable books (successful novels that generated solid sales figures) already out there.”
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