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TO CUT, crim. law. To wound with an instrument having a sharp edge. 1 Russ. on Cr. 577. Vide To Stab; Wound.

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Cut glass antique pineapple stands can fetch high prices
Silver candlesticks are eight times more expensive but often a pounds 10 cut glass vase with seasonal flowers and foliage will be just as acceptable for a table centre piece if we are working to a strict budget.
Early English cut glass is rare and surviving examples share a stylistic conformity that suggests they could have been the work of just a few individuals.
The most important advantage of this retrofit device is that it maximizes the speed and precision with which cut glass panels are positioned in the machine's mold, under the plunger that presses them into their final shape, said Arnold Bowling, president, Lynch Systems.
Colleagues at the building society presented 62-year-old Miss Everitt with a cut glass rose bowl, a tea cup, saucer and plate, a Border collie ornament and flowers.
From the moment guests check in at the 100 percent recycled cut glass front desk they are enveloped in a holistic eco-environment.
Songs of resurrection filled the air and the wine sparkled in its decanter of expensive cut glass.
This includes a Fresnel lens of cut glass, handmade in Paris in 1895.
For a stunning effect, keep the lights low and cluster votive candles in crystal or cut glass holders everywhere possible - on the tables, bar area, piano, anywhere guests will be mingling.
Income generator for sealing and cut glass with simultaneous mechanical power and energy power bipolar bipolar and mechanical power (ultrasonic) in a single generator.
CUT glass dating from the late 18th and early 19th century is often described by sellers as Irish.