short-run

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Adj.1.short-run - relating to or extending over a limited period; "short-run planning"; "a short-term lease"; "short-term credit"
short - primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration; "a short life"; "a short flight"; "a short holiday"; "a short story"; "only a few short months"
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short-run

[ˈʃɔːtrʌn] ADJbreve, de alcance limitado
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When the aisles and platforms were packed by the hilarious crowd, the train pulled out for the short run from the suburbs into Oakland.
He started, made a short run, and stopped and looked over his shoulder.
The pack-saddle being secured, as Don Quixote was about to lift up his enchanted mistress in his arms and put her upon her beast, the lady, getting up from the ground, saved him the trouble, for, going back a little, she took a short run, and putting both hands on the croup of the ass she dropped into the saddle more lightly than a falcon, and sat astride like a man, whereat Sancho said, "Rogue
Now, hang on," whispered the ape-man, and with a short run he clambered apelike up the front of the low arcade.
The gentleman at once requested her to do him the favour of holding his cloak, took a short run at the narrow window, made a leap at the sill, clung his way up the bricks, and in a moment had his hand at the sash, raising it.
Marie obeyed, and, the hooks still dangling from her sleeves, made a short run to Billikens, into whose arms she threw herself, her own arms folding him about the neck as she exclaimed before she kissed him:
A short run down the road brought her to a horrified stand, for there before her was another wall of flame.
The Teton made a short run or two, to curb the impatience of his steed, and to recover his seat after the effort of crossing, and then he rode into the centre of the place, and invited the other, by a courteous gesture, to approach.
Then he would make a short run cabin-ward, and clutch again as the fore-end rose.
Pickwick paused, considered, pulled off his gloves and put them in his hat; took two or three short runs, baulked himself as often, and at last took another run, and went slowly and gravely down the slide, with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart, amidst the gratified shouts of all the spectators.
On this occasion he seemed to think he was introduced expressly to keep Traddles at bay; and he barked at my old friend, and made short runs at his plate, with such undaunted pertinacity, that he may be said to have engrossed the conversation.
Most of First Tape and Label's business consists of short runs and many of these short runs are on the same stock and utilize the same dies.