Definition of recut
1 : to cut again
2 : to edit anew recut a film
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One drew national attention: The New York Post last year recut footage shot by filmmaker Adam Nawrot.
And indeed the positive reviews Kelly has received were likely the result of the fact that Kelly reportedly drastically recut the show at the last second to address concerns.
Yuknavitch and El Akkad and Winters unspool the reels of those dreams, and recut them as nightmares.
The game had been delayed for about 26 minutes at that point, and as the operations crew started to recut the glass to fit, officials sent the teams to the dressing rooms to start a full intermission, the norm for between periods.
The thieves would say their client wants a different shape and to recut the diamond to the client’s specifications.
The parties have incentives, therefore, to simply recut the deal and lower the price or have Yahoo explicitly assume the direct liabilities related to the hacking.
The cult classic has been recut so many times that there’s confusion about which version is best for a new viewer —ignore the furor with this theatrical version, and revel in watching Ford in his untouchable prime as an action and genre star.
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