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Definition of Shallowness

Shallowness
Shallowness Shal"low*ness, n. Quality or state of being shallow.

Meaning of Shallowness from wikipedia

- Look up shallow in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Shallow may refer to: Shallow (underwater relief), where the depth of the water is low compared to...
- Shallow Grave may refer to: Shallow Grave (1987 film), an American slasher film Shallow Grave (1994 film), a British thriller film directed by Danny Boyle...
- Shallow diving is an extreme sport, whereby enthusiasts attempt to dive from the greatest height into the shallowest depth of water, without sustaining...
- Shallow Hal is a 2001 American romantic comedy film starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Jack Black about a shallow man who falls in love with a 300-pound woman...
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- Shallow Bay, meaning a bay lacking depth, may refer to the following: Shallow Bay (Newfoundland and Labrador), a bay on the Great Northern Peninsula Shallow...
- A shallow foundation is a type of building foundation that transfers structural load to the earth very near to the surface, rather than to a subsurface...
- Shallow Life is the fifth studio album by Italian gothic metal band Lacuna Coil. The album was released in April 2009 in Europe and North America through...
- Shallow breathing, thoracic breathing, costal breathing or chest breathing is the drawing of minimal breath into the lungs, usually by drawing air into...
- Shallow focus is a photographic and cinematographic technique incorporating a small depth of field. In shallow focus, one plane of the scene is in focus...