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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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Plaid and checked hot pants and jacket ensemble with concealed front-button jacket with pointed collar, crisscross tie and long puffed sleeves with ties at wrist, by Carven.
MINE'S A SHORT Most girls wore hot pants for Sunday's Carnage
Last summer, Sir Chris Hoy and Team Great Britain cyclists used their own battery-powered hot pants to keep their muscles warm between events as they reached Olympic success in the Velodrome, the report said.
All my hot pants are there, apart from the gold ones.
Exhibits include flared trousers paired with a corduroy blouson jacket, a wool pinstriped suit inspired by the 1974 hit film The Great Gatsby, a Laura Ashley printed cotton dress with a high frilly collar and long puff sleeves, suede hot pants matched with a knitted wool halter neck top, an Aztec-inspired knitted wool coat dress created by Bill Gibb, and a Crimplene evening dress.
The wet-look leggings have been toned down too - although the hot pants don't look like making a return.
Dukes of Hazzard star Jessica Simpson left her hot pants at home tonight for the film's British premiere.
See our classic Vegas cocktail waitresses," Scott says, pointing across the show's Palms Casino-based set to a Fembot-esque blond in a silver bikini top and hot pants.
Sinewy in red hot pants and top, Ana Lujan Sanchez sliced the air with her razor-sharp legs in a series of Forsythe-like pointe work moves.
The range includes super sexy pieces including bandeau or triangle tops, hot pants and tie side briefs all designed to flatter natural curves.
A MIDLAND airline is set to send pulse rates soaring by dressing air stewardesses - in hot pants.