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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The loose, short-length dress she wore revolutionised fashion in the women's game.
In 2013 106 films were produced a full-length, short-length and medium-length films.
It is available in both 2WD and 4WD versions along with a standard- or short-length bed.
With the advent of Cypriot television in 1957, the first short-length films, mainly documentaries, began to be produced.
The height of 359 of the normal-length babies and 234 short-length babies was determined at age 17.
It's that lingering look in a full-length mirror clad in a short-length dress moment - the can I/can't I dilemma that faces all women of a certain age.
These nail kits offer trendy designs on a short-length nail with an easy application tab to encourage users into the category at a younger age.
The expanded capacity provides fabricators who specialize in high volumes of short-length parts.
The program includes projections of the documentary, short-length films, premieres of new Kyrgyz films, as well as discussions on urgent aspects of art-house film development in Kyrgyzstan.
Boards came from two sawmills, one processing conventional-length logs and the other processing short-length logs.
Of 21 consecutive patients (16 women, mean age 36 years at diagnosis) with Budd-Chiari syndrome, 7 responded to medical management, and 1 had successful angioplasty of a short-length hepatic vein stenosis.