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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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Lipsky, however, made the cut by only one stroke and figured he didn't have a shot to win the tournament.
Not since Woods turned pro in summer 1996 has he missed the cut and Duval made the cut in the same tournament.
Lillibridge shouted, sharing that she was overwhelmed when she found out she had made the cut.
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The men's 800 free relay team of Tyler Clark, Jensen, Peter McVey (Quartz Hill) and David Deloria (Hart) also made the cut.
The strong start continued a recent good run by Gore, who has missed eight consecutive cuts after tying for 20th in the Sony Open - his first tour event of the season - but has made the cut in four of five starts going into the Western Open.
Michelle Wie, 13, has made the cut in all three LPGA Tour events in which she has played.
Emilee Klein, a Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks product, shot a 77 and just made the cut at 9-over-par.
com events, made the cut Friday with a 68, good for a 140 to earn weekend play.
That was nine months after Tryon made the cut and finished 39th as an amateur entry in the Honda Classic.
He started at 7am local time needing to play five holes of his second round - after a thunderstorm halted play late on Friday - and made the cut by two shots at two over par, carding a 73.
He easily made the cut of 32 to advance to match play, which begins today.