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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trim.
- adj. that has been trimmed
- adj. furnished with trimmings
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- adj. made neat and tidy by trimming
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Also, any frayed strings of kevlar should be trimmed from the wicks.
There is a lot that can be trimmed from the standard Ubuntu installation, without affecting the use of the operating system too much.
Added bonus is the bits of chocolate, colored white chocolates, sugars and other decorating stuff that gets trimmed from the truffles.
In this tight film, there is little fat that could have been trimmed from the running time.
The IMF's estimate was trimmed from a previous 1.8% because Japan is still struggling to emerge from nearly two decades of anemic growth.
I was a little disappointed that the cut we saw last night was trimmed from the original 125 minutes, down to 96 minutes.
At least 36 states enacted or proposed education cuts because they faced massive, "devastating" budget deficits in this recession, says a report last year by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a non-profit research group in Washington, D.C. In Arizona, for example, about $232 million was trimmed from the university system in fiscal 2009 and 2010, according to the Arizona Board of Regents.
The trade paperback contains all of the fiction in the hardcover limited edition, while the teleplays and non-fiction have been trimmed from the new edition.
The win trimmed Arizona's lead in the NL West to one game.
The captain trimmed from about two knots per hour to a gradual stop.