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shorts

[′shȯrts]
(engineering)
Oversize particles held on a screen after sieving the fines through the screen.
(food engineering)
Wheat-husk parts that are finer than bran; used in flour milling.
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GERI shows how super-fit she is by doing really fast power-walking in her sporty red hot pants.
Look to the 60s and 70s when hot pants were everywhere in bold Pucci prints and worn with large, low-slung belts.
She says: "I won't be wearing gold hot pants on this tour, but we'll definitely do something that gives a nod to that.
Using ThermoFit Technology, the hot pants, like all Zaggora products, have been designed with multi-layer fabrics that use the body's natural heat during a workout to help burn more calories.
US firm 'Herobuilders' is marketing the doll, which is dressed in gold hot pants, for 18.
FLYING Scot Sir Chris Hoy and his teammates have a secret weapon in their quest for track gold - hi-tech hot pants.
Throwing a fringed kimono over a tiedye tee, snakeskin hot pants and a crochet waistcoat to dance under a flaming pink sky, it's all ahead of us.
You must also check out the hot pants that are available in denim as well as cotton.
IF IT is not Madonna's terrifying obsession with leotards and fingerless gloves, it is Kylie reneging on her decision never again to be photographed in hot pants now she has passed the magic 40 barrier.
She has topped the music charts for two decades and fans still queue to admire her gold lame hot pants at an exhibition of her stage costumes.
Some have said we've gone from wearing our famous hot pants to having hot flashes at Southwest, but nothing could be further from the truth.
3) ABOVE: Victoria Beckham spiced up the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held in London last month wearing black hot pants with a matching corset and a cropped jacket.