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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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While sharpening, remember that, like many saws, a chainsaw's cutting teeth alternate from left to right to keep the cut straight.
The cutting teeth are shaped like the silhouette of a pine tree, hence the name.
(But even the best lab could not make an ID if the kid was just cutting teeth or got a little to much sun.
Large cutting teeth in the front bite through stems and leaves, while grinding teeth in the back mash them up.
Your food never puts up a fight, so you don't need the sharp stabbing and cutting teeth that a Kodiak bear does.
The product has 24 fixed carbide cutting teeth offering a cutting width of 1,524 mm and is designed for continuous work on bushes and trees 100 to 130 mm in diameter, intermittent use for plants with a diameter from 180 to 230 mm and occasional use on trees 250 to 305 mm in diameter.
Steven Smith, 43, hit back at the claims of four people, including his ex-wife, daughter and stepson, accused of cutting teeth out of his mouth.
The milling is the cutting process which uses rotating tools having many cutting teeth placed on the revolution or plane surface; there is a feed motion achieved usually in a plan perpendicular on the tool axis.
Each segment has cutting teeth for the number of desired grooves, and the cutters get incrementally larger until they reach the desired size.
it can cut branches up to 100mm in diameter, while its 550W motor spins the cutting teeth 10 times faster than a manual saw.
Fineness of cut depends on the number of cutting teeth (points) per inch and tooth shape.