short form

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  • Several countries have used a system which is known as short form/long form.
  • So a short form is used instead in nearly every case.
  • In addition a short form and a student version are available.
  • There are two types of direct response television, short form and long form.
  • His production company is currently developing several long and short form entertainment projects.
  • The short form of the name is still sometimes used.
  • Tall and then short forms then appeared one at a time. Cited from Investigation of Modern Spiritualism, by The Seybert Commission
  • The story however was in a short form which was later worked on to make a film on it.
  • The former is a short form, whereas the latter is a more extended form.
  • The as 'to be' has the long and the short form.
  • See short form cricket for details about specific types of short form cricket.
  • Chinese names of most states were condensed to their short form when possible.
  • The family will probably be known by a short form or a nickname.
  • Some little note on paper she now signed with a cross, and repeated a short form of words. Cited from The Junior Classics, Various
  • The short forms are used most often in conversation.
  • I have no memory of that period until I saw two short forms coming towards me in the distance. Cited from The Revolutions of Time, by Jonathan Dunn
  • He tended to do this better in short form than long.
  • Both in the older short forms and the long form, written and spoken, the year is often left out.
  • For all other stems, long or short form has become characteristic of all cases.
  • The modern word metro is a short form of the French word.
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