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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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Five bogeys and just one birdie condemned him to a four-over par 76 meaning he missed the cut by just two strokes.
Little had shot 9-over-par 153 and missed the cut by six strokes.
The Old Colwyn pro has missed the cut in five of his nine starts so far in his debut season on America's second-string tour.
CHRIS Paisley's hopes of promotion from the Challenge Tour to the European Tour ended when he missed the cut in the final stage of Q-School at PGA Catalunya near Girona, writes TIM TAYLOR.
After laboring to rounds of 74 and 75, the Irishman missed the cut by two strokes and was joined by twice Masters winner Bernhard Langer of Germany, who failed to reach the weekend for the fifth straight year.
However, that not has shaken his belief as he returns to a tournament at which he has missed the cut only twice in 12 appearances.
I missed the cut by one last week in Memphis but it was one of those cuts where I played well and got nothing out of it.
Without a top 20 finish since his second place at the French Open in June the eight-time Tour number one has now missed the cut in four of his last five tournaments.
After qualifying out of the competitive Northern Individual Regional, Salvo missed the cut to qualify for state with a score of 3-over 75 at the CIF-WSCGA Southern California Championships.
Wie, who has missed the cut in nine of her ten appearances in men's events, said: "I'm still in shock.
Many believe that any great book will eventually be published: in reality there are many mediocre books published simply because the writer knew the publishing industry--and many potential great books that missed the cut because its writer did not possess such knowledge.
England's Paul Casey, playing his first tournament on US soil since saying he hated Americans, missed the cut by seven strokes when he followed his opening 75 with a 74 for nine-over 149.