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- n. Plural form of short cut.
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Travellers who had come up and down the Mazy May on foot, with packs on their backs, had declined to go around all the bends, and instead had made short cuts across the narrow necks of creek bottom.
He went straight upward, light as a cat for all his height, taking short cuts on the cliff where his long arm-reach helped him.
Seventy-three” for the special purpose of showng that short cuts were possible.)
That way lies Jesuitry; but each infringement must be judged on its own merits, and as Roosevelt followed more and more these short cuts to justice he needed to be more closely scrutinized.