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cutting

1. Mean-spirited. Oh, I stopped listening to Drew a long time ago. All he does is make cutting remarks about our family.
2. Sharp or piercing. I buttoned the collar of my coat against the cutting wind.
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In [4], the important role played by the cutting temperature was determined during high speed machining of Inconel 718.
They defined the laser cutting mechanism as ignition and extinction of oxidation reaction (Arata et al.
cut down 1 : to knock down and wound or kill 2 : to reduce the size or amount of <I'm cutting down on sweets.
Cutting may have a reputation as a white, upper middle-class, mostly female activity, but research paints a different picture.
After a few years, the public impression would be of a government that is constantly raising taxes, constantly cutting services, yet never solving either the fiscal crisis or other problems.
Melt flow is directed through a die plate with cutting blades rotating in a vertical plane.
We can do some low-cost prototype cutting of any material without applying heat to it.
The observable part of the test to be measured is the maximum cutting speed for a 30-min.
Cutting Medicaid and Medicare benefits so rich people can have more money.
A dual drum design performing a synchronous cross cutting operation is a common design feature for achieving the highest possible cutting quality.
Ten years ago, wood appeared to take the lead over plastic in The Great Cutting Board Wars.
Taxes are an especially rich source of cost cutting, in part because companies are paying them in so many ways and quite possibly overlooking potential savings.
Economic turmoil may be hurting the advertising industry, but Springfield, Massachusetts-based Cutting Edge Broadcasting Inc.
This means cutting staff, trimming expenses and ordering hiring freezes, among other steps.
This versatile power tool is the grand master of cutting shapes--in lumber, plywood, sheet metal, even tile.