from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To include (a candidate for a job, for example) on a shortlist.
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- n. Alternative spelling of short list.
- v. Alternative spelling of shortlist.
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Utilities will tend to dominate a short-list of stocks that fit these measures, but there are some other decent candidates as well, such as AT&T.
Although he may be on the short-list for the Nobel Peace Prize!
His breakthrough feature film, 12 Angry Men 1957 sits on my own short-list of all-time favorite pictures.
The commission will publish a short-list of options this spring, which could help clear up some of the questions about the banks' fate.
There is a short-list, however, of some critters that I very much dislike.
I am still hoping that Harold Koh will end up on the short-list and that he will be the next Supreme Court Justice. once upon a horse
A few of them -- such as Ghana, Uganda, and Burkina Faso -- are on the short-list of the highest-performing countries.
ÂA few of them -- such as Ghana, Uganda, and Burkina Faso -- are on the short-list of the highest-performing countries.
Pawlenty, a two-term Republican governor of a Democratic-leaning state who was on 2008 GOP nominee John McCain's short-list for the vice presidential slot, has spent the past year and a half working to establish himself as a top-tier candidate.
And it's a genre that certainly is flourishing deep in the underground at places like The IFDB, the IFWiki, the yearly IFComp (etition), and the tireless work of people like Emily Short, but it took an Indiecade finalist and an iPhone app to hook me back in, with a short-list of the top games to try included below the fold.
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