Recent Examples of cutter from the Web
The streaming struggles, however, may cause some potential cord-cutters to think twice about giving up on cable.
In addition to heading the business, Emilie also maintained a direct, hands-on role in production, often pinning fabric to a dummy (custom-made to a client’s proportions) before directing fabric-cutters to reassemble it.
People who follow the ratings game closely tell me that some fans are cord-cutters who have found ways to watch games that aren’t measured by traditional rating services.
The story of Kaguya dates back to the 10th century and tells of a strange, beautiful girl discovered by a bamboo cutter and raised as his daughter.
That cost the government $82.7 billion in lost revenue in the recent budget year ending Sept. 30, 2016 – a potentially juicy target for Republican tax-cutters.
Use a 2-inch round cutter to remove center from each cookie
Sisco worked the count full against reliever Bryan Shaw, but looked at strike three on a cutter away.
Black Decker's best-selling device, which features 400 watts of power plus a stainless steel cutter, can pulverize even the toughest of produce in a breeze.
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Definition of cutter for Students
- a diamond cutter
- a cookie cutter
- a coast guard cutter
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