How to use Short-run in a sentence

short-run
  • Finally, after a comparatively short run towards the N.N.E., it branches out into a large delta on the west side of the Caspian Sea.

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  • At the point where you meet the road there is a short run of stone balustrade on your right by the end shop.

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  • Fasting, skipping meals, and overly restrictive diets will enable you to lose weight in the short run.

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  • Inkjet is going to have an enormous impact on short-run digital printing.

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  • Finally, a forward-looking interpretation of the short-run dynamics, assuming quadratic adjustment costs, cannot be rejected by the data.

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  • The impact or short-run effect of trade policy, is far smaller than the long-run effect.

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  • Changeover costs... 4.48 The short-run costs of entry into the single currency would be significant for retail financial services.

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  • The short-run impact of an adverse supply shock is a fall in output combined with a rise in the general level of prices.

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  • But short-run differences would be expected to even out in the long term.

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  • Archival documents, however, reveal the negative ' spillover ' effects of the crisis, at least in the short run.

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  • A short run benefit of this was another of Brown 's special windfall taxes.

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  • The goal is to fail-fast in the short run to succeed in the long-term.

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  • From Sephora, you will find a more reasonably priced product to plump up your lips for the short run.

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  • Short print runs - another benefit to printing invitations at home is that a short run of prints can be undertaken at low cost.

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  • The best athletic footwear shops will have a space available where you can go for a short run and be assessed by the salespeople in each shoe you try until you are achieving your most correct stance.

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  • While profits may be high for the short-run, companies that function by this principle typically do not enjoy long term success.

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  • Another popular type of musical separates newer, short-run productions from those that have spent much time on Broadway.

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