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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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InMobi Co-founder Abhay Singhal has the unenviable task of being the company's chief revenue officer at a time when it is struggling to cut losses and raise money.
Jordan has introduced planned electricity tariffs of up to 15% in a bid to curb subsidies and cut losses at National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) by 2017.
In May, the airline had said from January to December last year it cut losses by more than BD100 million ($265 million) or 52 per cent, netting year-on-year cost savings of 28 per cent and 14 per cent passenger yield increase.
In May, the airline had said from January to December last year it cut losses by more than BD100 million ($265m) or 52pc, netting year-on-year cost savings of 28pc and 14pc passenger yield increase.
Sports minister Helen Grant said the measures will help cut losses.
Manufacturers like Honda and Mahindra have announced that they will increase prices across their model line-ups, to cut losses given slowing sales.
Citigroup advanced 4.4 percent as the company recouped funds set aside for bad loans and cut losses at a division holding unwanted assets.
THOMAS Cook yesterday said it had cut losses by PS10m, despite the impact of Egypt's political turmoil on bookings in the quarter to December 31.
to increase their earnings and cut losses in all sectors particularly the trade sector because it is critically important to achieving development objectives of these countries." The IDB, he added in a statement, has been attaching great attention to trade for decades.
Zynga surged 13 percent after the Internet gaming company reported it had cut losses in the third quarter.
KMC Administrator Hashim Raza Zaidi believes these should be provided in all buildings and factories to cut losses and overcome emergencies effectively.
Citizens says the plan could lower the last-resort insurer's potential exposure by $16 billion and cut losses by $439 million in the event of a once-in-a-century storm.