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  • adj. superlative form of short: most short.; Least in stature, length or height.


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  • Still the shortest is the one through Los Rodriguez.

    San Luis Potos to San Miguel

  • He then cried old clothes about the streets; but not finding any great encouragement in that employment, he was easily drawn in by some wicked people of his acquaintance, to take what they called the shortest method of getting money, which was in plain English to go a-thieving.

    Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed

  • The shortest is 5 days and the longest is 9 days and they are separated by a break of a few days.

    Help with Colorado Elk

  • The shortest is word definitions, two of which I include here.


  • It includes essays of varying lengths (the shortest is less than two pages, the longest 27), on the existence of God and ethical questions in general.

    July Books 2) Collected Short Stories by E.M. Forster

  • The stories are of various lengths (I think the shortest is 5, but most come in around 20-30 pages) and written around the theme of werewolves and Christmas.

    Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

  • Will, I would bring thee and her together in shortest time, and curtain you both with my skirt.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Even when labor was in shortest supply, little was done to relieve women of domestic duties that impaired their job effectiveness.

    Naomi Craig RA: Minorities and Women

  • The title of shortest woman in history continues to be held by Pauline Musters, who lived in the Netherlands from 1876 to 1895 and stood 61 centimeters 24 inches tall.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The title of shortest woman in history continues to be held by

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