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  • n. Plural form of shortfalling.


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  • She is just trying to weasel out of taking responsibility for her own shortfallings.

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  • Despite the shortfallings of the venue - which did deliver a decent space - there is as always so much to celebrate about the hard work TG always put into its events.


  • Elizabeth Beeton comes armed with reams of data about the nutritional shortfallings of cupcakes and the diabetes risks of excess sugar consumption; Tarris Woods interrogates Suzy Green about City codes and regulations and Sterling Patrick about available CDBG funding, making sure that minority cupcake vendors get an advantage over others; Dr. Colbert suggests a workshop session (with lawyers and consultants) to learn more about baked goods and mobile sales platforms.

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  • Even its apparent shortfallings aren’t so bad: Yes, you have to sign up for a Brizzly account in order to use the app, but one you have, it’s completely transparent.

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  • Instead of complaining, Japan needs to work on it's on shortfallings. "

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