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The shortest day of the year is known as the winter solstice, marking the dingy day of the year with the fewest sunlight hours.
The criterion of least prejudice to the servient estate must prevail over the criterion of shortest distance although this is a matter of judicial appreciation.
Los Angeles [USA], June 21 ( ANI ): With a run-time of one hour and 47 minutes, 'Dunkirk' is all set to become Christopher Nolan's shortest film since his directorial debut.
The event location comprises of many obstacles and the challenging factor is to find the shortest path in presence of obstacles.
And it turns out that Everton have, on average, one of the shortest squads in the league - and the shortest defence of all.
Ladbrokes, Betbright and Bet Victor are offering the shortest odds: 2/1 for Newcastle to win the Championship.
com revealed that Birmingham Airport topped the list of airports considered to have the shortest waiting times for luggage, with East Midlands coming in in fourth place.
What are lowest, highest, shortest and longest number names, cardinal and ordinal, whose letters are in alphabetical order?
Figure 2a shows a shortest grid path and figure 2b shows a shortest path.
Surely the clocks should be changed eight weeks after the Shortest Day which would be 16th February 2014 and then there would be BST for six weeks longer in late February and March each year?
After the success of Felix Baumgartner's freefall jump, The Conan Show in the US has attempted the world's shortest freefall.
People who were treated for the longest time were 12% more likely to have a pulse restored for at least 20 minutes (95% CI 6 - 18%) and 12% more likely to survive to discharge (2 - 23%) than those treated for the shortest time.