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specs

1. An informal shortening of "spectacles"; glasses. Nice specs! They really suit your eyes. I think I left my specs on the bus. Now I can barely see a thing when I'm reading!
2. An informal shortening of "specifications." We're waiting to get the specs on the new hardware. I think you need to double check the specs on the blueprints.

specs

(spɛks)
n. eyeglasses; spectacles. I need specs to find where I left my specs.
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The MoDOT draft spec includes provisions for shingle-derived HMA to meet the equivalent of a virgin asphalt performance grade (PG) of 64-22.
This means you ignore features you don't understand or did not include in the spec and evaluate on some common grounds.
As a CD recorder, it also includes what Ricoh calls "JustLink," which its spec sheets describe as "an error prevention technology, that.
We felt a pang as we read about Specs and the memory of him still haunts us: The lean, slightly stopped man in the dark glasses walking slowly out of our office with an arm holding on to the marvelous lady who had waited upon him for every moment of their last 38 years together.
However, even custom builders should consider building some houses on spec.
Ampacet's Reger adds that moisture content is becoming a standard spec for extrusion coating and cast film additives, and new color tolerances--[Delta]C and [Delta]H--have been added to the firm's Letters of Certification as potentially more sensitive measures than the traditional L, a, b and [Delta]E values.