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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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Coral and Paddy Power paid out on Woods missing the cut and voided any bets on Woods making the cut.
Now I know I can go low at Augusta and I believe the 65 and making the cut have been better for my game than my win in Dubai.
I was so far off the cut mark that I wasn't thinking too much about making the cut, just to try to find my game from somewhere.
I didn't come here with the mindset of making the cut.
After auditioning for ``Idol' last fall and making the cut, McPhee sought help, enrolling at the Eating Disorder Center of California in Brentwood, where she spent three months undergoing outpatient therapy.
GOLF: Warwickshire's Jamie Elson made a superb finish to his second round to give himself a great chance of making the cut in the Tusker Kenya Open on the European Challenge Tour.