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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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White denim cut-off shorts, pounds 23, from Dorothy Perkins at The Fort.
Tom wears: blue denim cut-off shorts with red stitch, pounds 7-8 (3-10 yrs); navy T-shirt with white stripe, pounds 2.50- 3 (3-10 yrs)
Meanwhile wife Coleen, 28 - looking glam in a bright kaftan and white cut-off shorts - took a sunny stroll with their other son Klay, whose first birthday is this week.
You can pick the color that flatters you and wear it in any clothing you wish, be it in a party-ready dress, work-appropriate suit or casual cut-off shorts. Want to try the trend in a subtle way?
From peplum dresses, cut-off shorts and wearable pastel knits, this collection is sassy and sweet.
Christopher Roberts, 23, shop assistant at Guess, from Cardiff Preppy Christopher looks cool and collected in his cut-off shorts, low neck T-shirt and baggy cardigan combo.
"I was literally walking down the street in cut-off shorts and a robe that was cinched.
Not quite as good as All Killer No Filler, but it'll keep Mr Avril Lavigne and his two bandmates in cut-off shorts for some time to come.
Think leggings, cut-off shorts, baggy tees, long baggy cardigans hanging open, cover up leather jackets, long waistcoats, the essential beanie knit hat, loose jumper dresses, and masculine boxy blazers.
Mini-dresses, stilettoes and bling are out - football shirts and cut-off shorts are in.