brevity

[n] - the use of brief expressions 2. [n] - the attribute of being brief or fleeting
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Brevity

Operational code name for the British offensive in the Halfaya Pass, May 1941
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Brevity

Brev'i·ty noun ; plural Brevities [ Latin brevitas , from brevis short: confer French brièvité . See Brief .] 1. Shortness of duration; briefness of time; as, the brevity of human life. 2. Contraction into few words; conciseness.
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brevity

briefness noun the attribute of being brief or fleeting
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brevity

noun the use of brief expressions
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Brevity

• (n.) Contraction into few words; conciseness. • (n.) Shortness of duration; briefness of time; as, the brevity of human life.
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brevity

brevity 1. Shortness, especially as applied to time. 2. Being short in speech or writing; contraction into few words, conciseness, terseness.
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Brevity

Brevity is the quality of being brief or concise. It may also refer to: ...
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brevity

  1. the use of brief expressions
  2. the attribute of being brief or fleeting

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Brevity

Term used to denote radio frequency is becoming saturated/degraded and briefer transmissions must follow.
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Brevity

[comic strip] Brevity is a single-panel newspaper comic strip created by Guy Endore-Kaiser and Rodd Perry, and currently drawn by Dan Thompson. Brevity originally began on Comics Sherpa (a site which helps beginning comic strips make their work public over the web). It debuted in 55 newspapers on January 3, 2005. Today, Brevity is published
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