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2004 Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form
... through 2002 when it was retired in favor of the newly created Dramatic Presentation (Long Form) and Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) categories, which ... Presentation category while the 1954 awards were for the Short Form category ... There were insufficient nominations to support an award in the Long Form category for that year ...
Barack Obama Citizenship Conspiracy Theories - Commentary and Criticism
... entire matter months ago by publicly requesting Hawaii to issue a fresh, long-form, stamped certificate and inviting a few high-profile reporters in to examine the document and ... that "(The campaign did make the "short-form" certificate available to Factcheck.org)" ... of Health's birth record request form does not give the option to request a photocopy of your long-form birth certificate, but their short form has enough information to ...
Regions Of The United Kingdom - Etymology and Terminology
... The term Britain is often used as a short form for the United Kingdom ... Its first page shows the long form name of the state in English, Welsh and Scottish Gaelic ... In Welsh, the long form name of the state is "Teyrnas Unedig Prydain Fawr a Gogledd Iwerddon" with "Teyrnas Unedig" being used as a short form name on government websites ...

Famous quotes containing the words form and/or long:

    Nihilism as a symptom that the losers have no more consolation: that they destroy in order to be destroyed, that without morality they no longer have any reason to “resign themselves”Mthat they put themselves on the level of the opposite principle and for their part also want power in that they compel the mighty to be their hangmen. This is the European form of Buddhism, renunciation, once all existence has lost its “meaning.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Great works constructed there in nature’s spite
    For scholars and for poets after us,
    Thoughts long knitted into a single thought,
    A dance-like glory that those walls begot.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)