- v. present participle of short-list.
“This is obviously an interim appointment, until the government appointments committee selects someone after a fresh short-listing process.”
“By short-listing Israeli activists for the Sakharov Prize, Europe's law makers discredit themselves while trying to delegitimize the Jewish state.”
“Where's the motivation in short-listing a guy author over a woman author?”
“At the short-listing of the LNG Prize for Literature Drama last Thursday the 7th of September”
“When I couldnt find Adichie's Purple Hibiscus in the heady days after its Orange short-listing back in 2004, I ran at the last minute to the Index Bookshop - and there the book was.”
“I´ve had two short publications, those are the only thing I'm going to pay any attention to and you should of course name them in a real query a judges' commendation in a national novel competition, and a short-listing in a national romance novel competition.”
“Of course, this new process does not run much of a risk of degenerating into a circus if the current model of short-listing is followed.”
“The committee is tasked with short-listing and interviewing candidates and making a recommendation to President Thabo Mbeki, who then appoints the inspector-general for a five-year term.”
“The decision to recommend Mushwana was made by Parliament's ad hoc committee on the appointment of a public protector and follows public interviews and the short-listing of 14 candidates.”
“We remain on course to finalise the short-listing of consortia at the end of this year.”
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