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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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I saw her in hotpants. I saw her in less than hotpants."
With sales of dance guru Dan Karaty's The Hotpants Workout video going through the roof, high street stores are gearing up for an ultra-hot hotpants revival.
The HotPants use 'Celu-Lite technology', which is designed to 'boost the effects' of your normal routine.
But the extra calories the body burns to create the sweat in HotPants contributes to weight loss.
At Kilmarnock Sheriff Court, pizza delivery driver Stewart, of Saltcoats, Ayrshire, insisted he was wearing transparent pink hotpants and a skin-tight vest.
The Queen's granddaughter flashed her thighs to brokers with her khaki-coloured hotpants as she took part in a September 11 charity fundraising event at London's Canary Wharf.
Another topic to steer clear of is the fact that beauty pageants are inherently sexist and degrade every woman who takes part (don't forget the hotpants after all, I know I haven't).
The gold hotpants she wore in the video for her single Spinning Around are expected to make an appearance in her memoirs, too.
Another model wore nothing but bustier, hotpants, shoes, stockings, hat and handbag, all apart from the hotpants, made from the sweet stuff by Parisian legwear designer Chantal Thomas, France's hottest name in hosiery.
and no it's not those hotpants PAGES A family railcard for a year and tickets for Fame WIN PAGE 16 Tam Cowan Ay caramba!
Made using Celu-Lite technology, the hotpants reduce fat and the appearance of cellulite in thighs by increasing perspiration by up to 80 per cent.