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Sentence with the comparative degree of the adjective abbreviated

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While there used to be a month or more of indoor tournaments leading into the year-end finals, the tours’ detours into Asia after the U.S. Open have created a more abbreviated season.
(The New York Times - Tennis, )

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Put the words in parentheses into abbreviated form.

In English, "ultraviolet" is often abbreviated as "UV".

Next, they move up to Prince George for a weekend, abbreviated camp.
(The Vancouver Sun - Hockey, )

This season, menswear designers are obsessed with an abbreviated ankle.
(Sarah Young in The Independent - Fashion, )

Carlos Correa's abbreviated day off proved to be a boon to the Houston Astros.
(UPI - News, )

One of the most hyped terms the last year has been the "internet of things", abbreviated to "IoT".
(Forbes - Technology, )

The Jason Katims family drama will return for an abbreviated run after coming to terms with its ensemble cast.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

Jeff Denham, R-Calif., was tapped to gavel in the abbreviated, election-season session that will last only about 20 days.
(The Denver Post - Politics, )

Materials researchers have investigated the superconductor YBa2Cu3O7-x (abbreviated YBCO) using advanced X-ray spectroscopy.
(Science Daily - News, )

They'll now find out if it can negate the effects of an abbreviated exhibition season and trip to the other side of the world.
(Dylan Hernandez in Los Angeles Times - Baseball, )

Twitter UK's abbreviated accounts indicate that the company may using corporate structures in Ireland to close deals with UK advertisers.
(Daily Mail - News, )

As Airbnb horror stories go, this one may take the coffin: Enjoy two days and one terrifying, possibly abbreviated night in Dracula's castle.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

Sources say executive producers and the sprawling cast are being asked to take reduced compensation for an abbreviated (and likely final) run.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

On Tuesday Carli Lloyd signed a contract with Manchester City to join them for this spring’s abbreviated F.A. Women’s Super League season.
(The New York Times - Soccer, )

Since the Predators' season ended, defenseman P.K. Subban has been busy making the most of his abbreviated summer before life returns to hockey.
(USA TODAY NETWORK — Tennessee in USA Today - NHL, )

Lawmakers return to Washington this week for an abbreviated election-season session in which they will likely do what they do best: the bare minimum.
(The Denver Post - Politics, )

In abbreviated accounts for the 12 months to March 2013 –Bremont said it was looking to expand further in 2014 after a successful financial year.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

That kind of zone, often abbreviated to ADIZ, normally lets the country in charge require that planes from outside give notice they’re passing through.
(Forbes - Business, )

U.S. stocks rose in abbreviated trading Monday as banks continued to climb along with interest rates, and energy companies rallied again with oil prices.
(Los Angeles Times - Business, )

Reporters were allowed to observe UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen for about 15 minutes during the warmup portion of the team’s abbreviated practice Saturday.
(Los Angeles Times - Hockey, )

By giving Sydney Seau an abbreviated forum to speak on behalf of her father, the Pro Football Hall of Fame showed the folly of an exclusionary policy for dead inductees.
(The New York Times - Pro-Football, )

As many viewers bemoan the AMC drama's abbreviated 2014 run, ending with the May 25's "Waterloo," it's time to take stock of how much has actually happened in these episodes.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

Hours before Pharrell Williams closed out Friday’s We Can Survive concert at the Hollywood Bowl, he was onstage moving through an abbreviated run of his set for his sound check.
(Gerrick D. Kennedy in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

Richard Spencer, white nationalist and self-described leader of the alt-right movement, gave an abbreviated speech at the University of Florida in Gainesville on Thursday afternoon.
(Fox News - U.S., )

In an abbreviated 85-second meeting with reporters, Rodriguez brushed off questions about when he might take the field in a game with “I’ll talk to Joe first” or a variation of it.
(The New York Times - Baseball, )

Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a power-hitting outfielder who starred for the New York Giants in the 1950s in a career abbreviated by major league baseball's exclusion of black players, has died.
(The New York Times - Baseball, )

Ken Burns' latest multi-part documentary "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" doesn't debut on PBS until Sept. 14, but the filmmaker is giving L.A. a special (abbreviated) preview on July 22.
(Patrick Kevin Day in Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

Sonar, the long-running Spanish music fest in Barcelona known for ambitious multimedia design work and electronica acts, is taking an abbreviated version of the festival on a full North American tour.
(August Brown in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

Summer break over and elections ahead, Congress is beginning an abbreviated September session with must-do tasks of preventing a government shutdown and extending a freeze on taxing access to the Internet.
(The Denver Post - Politics, )

Colorado lawmakers' abbreviated special session ended Tuesday in political finger-pointing without resolving a mistake by lawmakers that is costing RTD and other entities across the state millions of dollars.
(The Denver Post - Politics, )

A new report on impact investing from the Impact Investing Policy Collaborative (usually abbreviated IIPC) provides a varied look at the policies and practices that are guiding the rapidly developing industry.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

An English teacher sees the effects of students' growing up in an age when communication is done in an abbreviated text language and where they depend on autocorrect to automatically solve the "i before e" literary dilemma.
(Science Daily - News, )

While there used to be a month or more of indoor tournaments leading into the year-end finals for both the men and the women, the tours’ detours into Asia after the United States Open have created a more abbreviated indoor season.
(The New York Times - Tennis, )

My colleague Erik Kain reports on the sadly abbreviated "SJP AirPlay", the oddly-titled event convened by the chair of the Society of Professional Journalists' Florida chapter to discuss how journalists should deal with online controversies like GamerGate.
(Forbes - Technology, )

An entomologist discovered a new wasp species in Russia and named it after the university, commonly abbreviated as UCR. A museum researcher had been sorting wasps from the Russian Far East, when he discovered several tiny female fairyflies, or mymarid wasps, 1.1 to 1.2 millimeters in body length.
(Science Daily - News, )

Members of Congress return this week to Capitol Hill after a five-week summer break for an abbreviated September session in which they are expect to pass a budget bill to avoid a government shutdown but avoid taking any tough votes that could hurt their respective parties in the November elections.
(Fox News - Politics, )

Shortly after the abbreviated, perpetually exciting Test match in Birmingham last week, the mood was summed up by a watching Australian colleague. “I’m really rapt for Steve Finn,” he said as the formalities were completed, using his country’s colloquialism for occasions when they are especially delighted.
(The Independent - Cricket, )

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