short-length

short-length

1. A length of stock lumber usually less than 8 ft (244 cm) long.
2. (Brit.) A length of sawn hardwood, usually less than 6 ft (183 cm) long.
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In some very few Factories, through Lint-cleaning Process, Fibres of Short-length are separated from the Largest-length Fibres, through the fastest Air-blow System.
The Temple Trust Board have banned sporting Bermudas, shorts, mini-skirts, low-waist jeans and short-length T-shirts, middies and sleeveless tops.
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