shorthanded


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shorthanded

adjective
Lacking the requisite workers or players:
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Nine died all together, and of the four survivors none understood navigation; when at last they took heart again and could handle a sail, they made a course by the stars roughly northward and were already short of food once more when they fell in with a petrol-driven ship from Rio to Cardiff, shorthanded by reason of the Purple Death and glad to take them aboard.
And I almost shrank from undertaking them shorthanded and without local knowledge of the river bed, which is so necessary for the con fident handling of the ship.
The shorthanded Pirates nearly wasted a 17-point lead before preserving a 76-69 triumph over Centro Escolar University, while the Green Archers shook off a slow start to pummel the Letran Knights, 80-69.
Shorthanded CEU rallies to beat Ateneo !-- -- John Bryan Ulanday (The Philippine Star) - June 19, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Amazing Centro Escolar University pulled off yet another miracle win, this time at the expense of mighty Cignal-Ateneo, 77-74, in Game Two of their PBA D-League best-of-five titular series yesterday at the Ynares Sports Arena.
With a late powerplay opportunity to win the game, Coventry were left disappointed as Morissette broke and scored shorthanded (57.59) to win it for his side by a final score of 6-5.
JOHNSTON CITY -- Playing shorthanded, Johnston City fell 89-43 to Sesser-Valier Tuesday night in a crossover Black Diamond Conference boys basketball matchup.
But United are even more shorthanded by the quick turnaround between the World Cup and the start of the new season.
The home side was shorthanded for the third time when Josh Hutton rifled home his second effort of the season.
Hill has many single and shorthanded voyages to his name including bringing the present boat back to Brisbane from Sydney and the previous one down from Cairns.
Paul Swindlehurst put Dundee ahead in the opening period but Roehl's shorthanded marker early in the second levelled matters before Salters' powerplay strike 52 seconds into the final frame won it.
Giants opened the scoring when Darryl Lloyd scored on the powerplay at four minutes 48 seconds, while Devils scored shorthanded to tie the game up when Giants defenceman Rob Sandrock tried to make a pass e and it hit the back of Dickson and it went into the net.
The Murrayfield side claimed the lead when Leinweber notched his second but Ed McGrane equalised for the shorthanded visitors inside the final minute to take the game into overtime.