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Use "short-cut" in a sentence
"The 510k process is "a short-cut backdoor approach" stemming from a 1976 law, when there weren't many implanted devices meant to sustain life, said study co-author Dr. Steven Nissen, chairman of cardiovascular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic."
""This is a major short-cut to growth," said Torsten Stocker , a Hong Kong analyst for Cambridge, Mass., consulting firm Monitor Group., adding that the acquisition would open up nationwide distribution channels, making widespread launches of future products easier and more effective."
"Â In any case, Kara watches as the three new Legionnaires display their powers, and then decides to show off a bit for her own initiation, digging into the Earth at superhuman speeds, cutting an underground tunnel (sort of like a Panama Canal) to allow some of the endless traffic a short-cut."