short shot

short shot

[′shȯrt ′shät]
(electricity)
References in periodicals archive ?
But into a wind for such a short shot to be keeping the ball low, you have to play too strong a club for its length and so, you're punching a seven or eight iron into a wedge length and the difficulty is in its strength.
This additional reference marking is useful when trying to look for quick correlation between the molded runner system or mold orientation versus short shot or part quality data.
Short shot a 2-over 74 to earn medalist honors in the Central Mass.
He missed a tap-in, then tried to backhand an equally short shot into the hole - missing again.
Short shot, maybe 40 yards, with an instant down and tremendously impressive damage.
His trainer, Kelly Findlay, has another likely short shot in the shape of Ballymac Eugenie in the 12.
When a tight flail choke is photographed releasing its payload of wad and shot, a very long shot string develops, versus a short shot string produced by a modified choke.
Mr Campbell reveals he passed a note to Mr Blair suggesting he have Ms Short shot for speaking out against the Iraq War - and the former PM agreed.
The pace of the match barely slowed throughout the rest of the first half as Dragons player Helen Gubby took her chance and fired in a short shot.
In 1966-67 Andersen edited __ ______ (commonly called "Short Line, Long Line" or "The Rock 'n' Roll Film"), a montage of rock-music images in which each pair of shots contains a short shot followed by a longer one; the first shot of the following pair is longer than the short one of the previous set but shorter than the long one; the second is longer than the previous long shot.
Now, when I get a short shot, instead of aiming for the green, I go straight for the cup.
While at the other end, McLachlan had to block a Wayne Short shot and then bravely dive at the feet of Elson as he prepared to lash in the rebound, getting injured in the process.