Definitions for "Cutter"
Keywords:  sloop, mast, mainsail, fore, aft
A fore tooth; an incisor.
A boat used by ships of war.
A fast sailing vessel with one mast, rigged in most essentials like a sloop. A cutter is narrower and deeper than a sloop of the same length, and depends for stability on a deep keel, often heavily weighted with lead.
Keywords:  guillotine, cigar, blade, magnum, dado
An optional device for the printer that cuts individual labels and drops them into a tray.
In dado sets, the two larger, outside blades.
a tool used to open the cigar just enough to create a thick and satisfying puff, or draw, but also to leave the cigar intact as much as possible.
A very sharp-breaking hook.
Sharp hook that cuts the pins down.
A fastball with a late break on it.
A small, light one-horse sleigh.
a light sleigh like Santa Claus has behind his reindeer, with two runners which curved high in front and were braced tagether so the whole sleigh turned with the horses
Keywords:  cricket, pitch, webappps, hitters, webb
 A fast pitch where a slashing arm action rather than wrist or finger spin is used to get a slight break off the bounce….depending on the direction of the break, it can be called a leg-cutter or off-cutter. Entry Filed under: Glossary!-- ch_client = "webappps"; ch_width = 300; ch_height = 250; ch_color_title = "6C8C37"; ch_non_contextual = 1; var ch_queries = new Array( "cricket", "cricket bat", "cricket ball" , "hard ball" , "cricket match tickets" ); var ch_selected=Math.floor((Math.random()*ch_queries.length)); ch_query = ch_queries[ch_selected]; //-- Leave a Comment Name Required Email Required, hidden Url Comment
a ball that moves sharply (cuts) after pitching
a difficult pitch to master, but the coaching staff believes Webb can handle it well enough to at least give hitters something to think about
That which cuts; a machine or part of a machine, or a tool or instrument used for cutting, as that part of a mower which severs the stalk, or as a paper cutter.
n. the part of a key machine which makes the cuts into the key blank
Machine that cuts rolls of paper into sheets preparatory to further trimming to finished basic size. Also called a cross cutter or square cutter.
Keywords:  ruffian, bravo, destroyer
A ruffian; a bravo; a destroyer.
In professional wrestling a Cutter is a common term which refers to the three-quarter facelock bulldog maneuver. The move is also described as an inverted neckbreaker. This move sees an attacking wrestler first apply a three-quarter facelock (reaching behind the head of an opponent, thus pulling the opponent's jaw above the wrestler's shoulder) before falling backwards (sometimes after running forwards first) to force the opponent face first to the mat below.
A complimentary term that refers to anybody, male or female. It suggests a certain amount of resourcefulness or daring, and so it's a lot better than calling someone a berk.
Keywords:  saw, implement, fells, bench, tool
One who fells, bucks or limbs trees. Also, the cutting link of the saw chain.
a cutting implement; a tool for cutting
A term used to describe a bench tool used to cut steel rule.
Keywords:  carves, meat, sausage, usda, beef
second lowest USDA grade designation for beef; used in canned meat, sausage, and ground meat.
someone who cuts or carves stone
someone who carves the meat
Keywords:  steamer, carbide, pencil, hull, gun
A small armed vessel, usually a steamer, in the revenue marine service; -- also called revenue cutter.
a small custom-built hull
Glass cutter, normally a small steel or carbide wheel mounted in a pencil or gun shaped handle. Must be lubricated often.
Keywords:  gamecocks, canines, bite, gums, dogs
A term for the canine teeth taken from many years of use with gamecocks. Neither dogs or gamecocks have a cutting action. After the permanent canines cut through the gums, they are frequently examined for bite and condition
Keywords:  editor, zoe, edits, implants, film
a person who edits the film or works in a film-editing department; also known as the film editor
a person who edits Zoe implants
(See Editor.)
Keywords:  badly, dolls, quilt, pillows, craft
a quilt that is so badly worn or damaged in some areas as to be sold for the purpose of cutting it up into pillows, dolls, or other craft items.
Keywords:  garment, esp, die, master, stone
One who cuts; as, a stone cutter; a die cutter; esp., one who cuts out garments.
someone whose work is cutting (as e.g. cutting cloth for garments)
the person who cuts the garment out of the material using a master pattern created by the pattern cutter for the designer
A liquid usually kerosene added to bitumen to reduce it's viscosity. Used in Spray Seal or for priming.
Reciprocating unit of shearing handpiece which cuts the fibre against the stationary comb.
Keywords:  trimmer, curl, straight, ovals, slow
A stone that runs slow and straight, with little or no curl.
A paper trimmer. Cutters are available in circles, ovals, straight lines, or other shapes.
A kind of soft yellow brick, used for facework; -- so called from the facility with which it can be cut.
A Poker-room employee who takes a money charge out of the pot for supplying the Poker facilities.
An officer in the exchequer who notes by cutting on the tallies the sums paid.
Keywords:  scare, victim, uniform, get, involved
a uniform man who sometimes get involved to scare away the victim
a hard person to understand if you yourself cannot imagine harming your own body
Keywords:  extruded, slice, die, fixed, face
A cutter is fixed at the end of the extruder, facing the die face to slice the extruded product.
Keywords:  necessity, jet, ink, own, transfers
a necessity if you produce your own ink jet transfers
Keywords:  knife, tickets, tag, integrated, roll
Also called a knife. An integrated mechanism used to cut individual tickets from a roll of tag supply.
Keywords:  polished, diamonds, one
One who cuts or polished diamonds.
Keywords:  durability, lip, edge, single
A cutter is a single cutting edge and lip used for durability and cutting.
Keywords:  narrow, flat, long
A long narrow flat.
Keywords:  serve, returning, player
The player returning the serve.