shortcut : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a route shorter than the usual one
- Indeed, Asians tend to trust Chinese medicines as natural and safe dietary shortcuts based on 3,000 years of trial and error.
- Taking a shortcut off the Santa Monica Freeway down Normandie Avenue was nothing out of the ordinary for 33-year-old Reginald Denny.
- Shortcuts are ruthlessly efficient, which is important for an organ that only uses about 40 watts of power per operation.
News & Articles
- Whataburger Way not your way anymore
Whataburger Way, a shortcut used by many drivers for years, was closed by the property's new owners recently to provide more parking for its business.
June 13, 2013 - Corpus Christi Caller-Times
- Registrations still being accepted for 2013 Strawberry Shortcut
The 36th-annual Strawberry Shortcut will be held June 23 in downtown Glenwood Springs as part of the town’s 116th-annual Strawberry Days festival. The race will feature at 10K and 5K race, which will start at Centennial Park in Glenwood Springs and end underneath the Grand Avenue Bridge.
June 12, 2013 - Glenwood Springs Post Independent
- Motorists Angry after Popular Traffic Shortcut Closed Off
Motorists are angry after a popular traffic shortcut was closed off last weekend.
June 12, 2013 - KIII Corpus Christi
- Donnie Walsh in Seattle Times
We've had to live through some tough times in order to get where you think you start rebuilding the franchise,team president Donnie Walsh said. "We have that opportunity now. How well, how fast we can rebuild the team can be shortcut by...
- John Conyers in FOXNews
This was a serious breach of trust,said Rep. John Conyers (news, bio, voting record), D-Mich., the Judiciary chairman. "The department had converted this tool into a handy shortcut to illegally gather vast amounts of private information...
- Lee Myung-bak in San Jose Mercury News
The denuclearization would be the shortcut for North Korea to rapidly become as a member of the international community,Lee said.