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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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For details visit Cut-price compost bins are available from the council through WRAP.
Angry Fine Gael councillor Noel Rock said: "Advertising cut-price spirits the day after Social Welfare gets paid and calling it 'Welfare Wednesdays' is a mad idea.
Officers have received several reports this week from various organisations that have been approached by a door-to-door trader offering cut-price line painting on roads outside buildings or in car parks.
DEAN HOYLE began his spell as Town owner with 10,273 fans having backed the cut-price season-ticket offer.
TOTTENHAM are ready to land West Ham flop Luis Boa Morte for a cut-price pounds 1.5million.
Until now people buying the cut-price Saver or Supersaver tickets could travel during the morning rush-hour.
Shoppers are regularly tempted into grocery stores to snap up cut-price beer, wine and spirits.
can buy a cut-price suit along with your groceries - and can most of us even tell the difference between budget or blowout?
TOWN are launching their centenary with a massive cut-price offer to fans.
Thousands of cut-price travel tickets are going unclaimed, transport bosses have revealed.
The cut-price drugs should be going to poor African nations where AIDS is rife.
Sales in the cut-price sector leapt 16.6 per cent during 1999 and are set to grow another 12.5 per cent this year.