Some articles on shortened:
... formerly Bejawada) Visakhapatnam (formerly Waltair before that, Vizagapatnam, or its shortened name, Vizag) Kadapa (formerly Cuddapah, renamed in 2005) Shimla (forme ...
... S.20 bis-1 - racer S.20 bis-2 - racer with shortened wingspan S.20 bis-3 - racer with further shortened wingspan S.20 bis-4 - racer with even further shortened wingspan S.20 bis-5 - racer for Gordon Bennett ... S.20 bis-6 - racer with shortened cabane struts and custom-built Hispano-Suiza engine ...
... It is often shortened to gatver ... It is often shortened to getver ... godverdomme Literally meaning "God damn it", godverdomme is a shortened version of the subjunctive phrase "God verdoeme het" ("may God damn it") ...
1989–90 Fewest points 31 1989–90 Fewest wins 12 1989–90 Fewest losses 16. 1994–95 (shortened season) 2000–01 Fewest ties 5 1987–88, 1994–95 (shortened season ...
... It was shortened to Strawberry Point in 1926, then extended to Luxemburg in 1930 and Dubuque in 1939 ... In 1945, the highway was shortened to Pocahontas and in 1969, was shortened to its current eastern terminus ...
More definitions of "shortened":
- (adj): Shortened by or as if by means of parts that slide one within another or are crushed one into another.
- (adj): With parts removed.
Famous quotes containing the word shortened:
“Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation.”
—Konstantin Stanislavsky (18631938)
“Now they express
All thats content to wear a worn-out coat,
All actions done in patient hopelessness,
All that ignores the silences of death,
Thinking no further than the hand can hold,
All that grows old,
Yet works on uselessly with shortened breath.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)