Definitions for "Cutting"
The first of the seven fundamental steps in glassblowing is cutting. Glass is most often cut by the "scratch and break" method, but can also be cut in a torch flame, and with an abrasive saw blade.
Grinding the surface of a paperweight for ornamentation.
The use of T-Cut or compound to polish paint to a high gloss. See polishing.
The act or process of making an incision, or of severing, felling, shaping, etc.
Something cut, cut off, or cut out, as a twig or scion cut off from a stock for the purpose of grafting or of rooting as an independent plant; something cut out of a newspaper; an excavation cut through a hill or elsewhere to make a way for a railroad, canal, etc.; a cut.
A small piece of leaf or stem removed from the donor plant to start a copy of itself.
Chilling; penetrating; sharp; as, a cutting wind.
A method of Sympathectomy where the nerves are cut, this can be carried out in many ways including removal of a segment of nerve or a simple scalpel incision.
Shallow decorative cuts are placed on the skin using a sharp instrument in an SM activity.
Keywords:  equestrian, herd, queue, cow, rider
A class of western equestrian competition, the object of which is to demonstrate the horses' agility and ability to separate a single cow from a herd even when the cow wants, very desperately, to return to the herd. Cutting horses require not only extreme physical agility but an almost psychic ability to out guess what the cow is going to do next, called by western riders "cow sense". Dessage: A French word meaning "training" or "straightening" as in "dressing the ranks". Dressage (rhymes with "garage") is a method of training starting with basics (turns and transitions through the three basic gaits - walk, trot and canter) progressing to Grand Dressage where the horse may be asked to perform an elaborate series of exercises without any apparent queues from the rider. Originally, a method of training a horse for war, the practice today intends to give a horse balance, poise and self confidence as well as discipline. A dressage trained horse may well live a longer, healthier life due to the benefits of balance, agility and regular exercise. For the rider, dressage is the "black belt" of riding. More about Dressage
Cutting is a disc jockey technique used to loop records and is popular in hip hop music. Originated by DJ Grandmaster Flash the technique consists of "manually queueing up duplicate copies of the same record in order to play the same passage, cutting back and forth between them." ( Ankeny) This is necessary to isolate and extend breaks into breakbeats.
Cutting is an equestrian event in the western riding style where a horse and rider are judged on their ability to separate a calf away from a cattle herd and keep it away for a short period of time. The sport originally evolved from cattle ranches in the American West, where it was the cutting horse's job to separate cows from the herd for vaccinating, castrating, and sorting. Eventually competitions arose between the best cutting horses and riders in the area.
where the ground has been cut for a railway or road
Section of earthworks where the level of the proposed road is below original ground level
An open excavation through high ground, generally for a transportation system.
A piece of wood free of knots or other defects. It can be obtained by crosscutting or ripping, but not by making diagonal cuts.
A tiny piece of fabric that is cut directly from a specific bolt of fabric.
a piece cut off from the main part of something
Severe; sarcastic; biting; as, a cutting reply; a cutting remark.
(of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character; "cutting remarks"; "edged satire"; "a stinging comment"
the piece of written material containing messages about the client or its products or an extract from a paper or magazine regarding a particular account. Also commonly referred to as ?clipping?.
an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine; "he searched through piles of letters and clippings"
an extract from a newspaper or magazine that makes reference to the client. Also commonly referred to as "clipping".
the act of cutting something into parts; "his cuts were skillful"; "his cutting of the cake made a terrible mess"
the act of diluting something; "the cutting of whiskey with water"; "the thinning of paint with turpentine"
the act of shortening something by cutting off the ends; "the barber gave him a good cut"
the editing or splicing of parts of a film, usually done by a cutter or editor in a cutting room
Editing tape or film.
the activity of selecting the scenes to be shown and putting them together to create a film
unpleasantly cold and damp; "bleak winds of the North Atlantic"
Punctuation mark or word that divides a haiku into two parts. A cutting can be a hyphen, ellipses, colon or a word such as " stop."
Keywords:  bindery, function
is a function of bindery.
Use of the cut waveform to achieve an electrosurgical effect that results from high current density in the tissue causing cellular fluid to burst into steam and disrupt the structure. Voltage is low and current flow is high.
A Windows desktop function that allows you to remove some information into a temporary buffer area.
removal of material by penetrating the shell of the gourd
The act of highlighting specific text with your mouse (or other pointing device) and then pressing the Backspace or Delete key to remove it. (Also know as deleting text.)
Selecting the portion of an image within a specified rectangle to create a subimage. If the subimage is copied to a new image, the effect is a cut. If the subimage replaces the original, the effect is a crop.
Changing from one image to another; a version of this linkage is sometimes referred to as montage.
Keywords:  stratosphere, navigate
navigate stratosphere
Reducing body fat and water content to define muscles. Contributed by: JohnBoy
Keywords:  insisted, ritual, deck, deal, him
the division of a deck of cards before dealing; "he insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal"; "the cutting of the cards soon became a ritual"
Keywords:  vine, stalk, reproduction
Stalk cut from the vine used in reproduction.
Keywords:  erosion, slicing, orifice, seat, drop
Term used to describe the damage to valve seats due to either erosion or the orifice edge slicing into soft seat material. This is normally seen on high flow rate, large pressure drop regulators.
Keywords:  sheet, envelope, die, paper, cross
Dividing webs of paper in the cross direction to produce sheets.
Process of die cutting envelopes from sheet of paper. Also, number of times an envelope can be placed on a particular sheet.
Reducing the vegetables, fruits or any other food item to small parts by means of a knife is called cutting.
Cutting techniques vary, but familiarity with ways...
Keywords:  tool, suitable, adapted, edge, severing
Adapted to cut; as, a cutting tool.
suitable for cutting or severing; "a cutting tool"; "the cutting edge"
A movement by a player without the ball in anticipation of a pass.
Opening or sampling a product to evaluate its appearance, flavor, quality and/or consistency.
The process of preparing a screen, no matter which method is used.
Keywords:  desired, shape, create, parts
cutting away parts to create a desired shape
Keywords:  see