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Friday, September 13, 2002


shal·low

adj.
shal·low·er,
shal·low·est
1.
Measuring little from bottom to top or surface; lacking physical depth.
2.
Lacking depth of intellect, emotion, or knowledge: “This is a shallow parody of America” (Lloyd Rose).
3.
Marked by insufficient inhalation of air; weak:
shallow respirations.
4.
In the part of a playing area that is closer to home plate:
shallow left field.
n.
A part of a body of water of little depth; a shoal. Often used in the plural:
abandoned the boat in the shallows.

tr. & intr.v.

shal·lowed,
shal·low·ing,
shal·lows
To make or become shallow.


@see: Abercrombie and Fitch


[The Beautiful and the Damned: Enforcing 'the look' at Abercrombie & Fitch.]
"My manager, a 23-year-old woman, would say that she'd only hire people she'd consider sleeping with," Jones says. "'Fuckable or not fuckable,' she'd say. And it was an unspoken rule with her that girls were at or below a size six."


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