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Swansea continued to sit back and absorb pressure in the second half, and Hogg's daisy-cutter flashed inches wide for Huddersfield.
Cut 1 stick cold unsalted butter into small pieces; work into mixture with your fingers or a pastry cutter until dough resembles coarse meal.
Kennedy, who bears one of the most famous names in American politics, didn’t deliver a cookie-cutter political speech Saturday night at the Broward Democratic Party’s annual Obama Roosevelt Legacy Dinner.
Supplies: Wide leather bracelet Mix of flowers Scissors Feathers Green wire Wire cutterScissors How to: Step 1: Arrange a mix of flowers together.
Statewide water restrictions were of the cookie-cutter variety, applying pretty much equally to areas that had lots of water and those that didn’t.
Al Franken could slip away into political obscurity while a new cookie-cutter progressive was appointed in his place as Minnesota senator, without most of the country noticing.
Niceler was apprehended sporting attire similar to that seen in the Giumarello video, and tools, including wire cutters, screwdrivers, and a crowbar, were found at the scene.
Stretching off into the distance goes a ramshackle, stick-and-wire barrier of sorts, easily breached with a wire cutters or a simple leap.
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First Known Use of cutter
CUTTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutter for English Language Learners
: a person, machine, or tool that cuts something
: a boat on a ship that is used for carrying supplies or passengers to and from the shore
: a small sailing boat with one mast
CUTTER Defined for Kids
Definition of cutter for Students
- a diamond cutter
- a cookie cutter
- a coast guard cutter
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