Short form may refer to:
- Short form cricket, a reduced version of cricket
- Shortform improvisation, a form of improvisational comedy
- Form 1040A, also known as "the short form", an American tax form
- a type of census questionnaire
- "in a format of a short period of time" e.g., "Short-Form Content" .
Other articles related to "form, short form, short":
... Herbert Walker Bush Same as above 40 Ronald Reagan Variant of Regan, which is a reduced form of O’Regan, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Ríagáin ‘desc ... the Middle English personal name Nik(k)e, a short form of Nicholas ... Kennedy Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Ceannéidigh ‘descendant of Ceannéidigh’, a personal name derived from ceann ‘head’ + éidigh ‘ugly’ ...
... The Socialist Party of Great Britain had been using the short form of its name, "The Socialist Party", for publicity purposes as far back as 1910 ... passed a resolution at its annual conference indicating when to use the full-form and short-form names the full-form name was to be retained as the official name for use on legal documents and publication credits, and ... completely changed the party's name and proscribing the use of the full form ...
... Lola is a feminine given name, a short form of the Spanish name Dolores, meaning "sorrows", a name taken from a title of the Virgin Mary Virgen Maria de los ... Lola may also be used as a short form of the unrelated German name Aloisia ... The short form Lola has been rising in popularity in several countries in the past decade ...
Famous quotes containing the words form and/or short:
“Humility is often only the putting on of a submissiveness by which men hope to bring other people to submit to them; it is a more calculated sort of pride, which debases itself with a design of being exalted; and though this vice transform itself into a thousand several shapes, yet the disguise is never more effectual nor more capable of deceiving the world than when concealed under a form of humility.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“Our friendships hurry to short and poor conclusions, because we have made them a texture of wine and dreams, instead of the tough fibre of the human heart. The laws of friendship are austere and eternal, of one web with the laws of nature and of morals.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)