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short stop

[′shȯrt ‚stäp]
(chemical engineering)
A substance added during a polymerization process to terminate the reaction.
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Often they've taken in a short stop here and there in English football.
They will also make a short stop in Romania and will attend the Wroclaw Global Forum in Poland, as the Bristol Press reports.
With the tying run on second base and two outs, AJ Balta popped up to short stop to end the game and the series.
A short stop at the megastore, a quick burger and having safely navigated the jubilant Sunderland fans, we found our coach and headed home to arrive back in Coventry in the early hours of the morning.
Before going to Schiphol for a brief "at the gate" meeting with Macedonian Foreign Minister Poposki, who makes a short stop in Amsterdam on his way to the OSCE Ministerial in Kiev--a perfect opportunity given the meeting there with his Dutch counterpart Minister Timmermans scheduled for tomorrow--I have just enough time to attend a reception at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the guardian of the global ban on chemical weapons about to receive the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize 2013.
You can tell the economy is still putting pressure on consumers," says Karen Sundgren of Sharp's Short Stop in Randolph, Kan.
This will cater to passengers on short stop overs on the airstrip.
During last week, Etihad CEO, James Hogan, also made a short stop in Belgrade.
On Friday he will return to the PA for a short stop at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, before leaving on a one-day visit to Jordan.
During his short stop in Algiers before heading south to Senegal, Sleiman said Lebanon sought to learn from Algeria's experience in managing natural resources.
During this short stop the sides discussed the bilateral relations.
What Atlanta's offer is remains to be seen, but perhaps the Braves have broken down and short stop Andrelton Simmons is now apart of the deal.