burn cut

burn cut

[′bərn ‚kət]
(engineering)
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Seaton Burn cut the gap at the top of the Under-12 League to four points when they defeated Willington Quay Saints 2-0.
Seaton Burn cut the gap at the top of the Under-12 Division to only one point when they ran out easy winners at Alnwick Town.
The slash and burn cuts to mail delivery and other postal services unravels the fabric of the nation's mail system and puts it on a path to privatization.
The reason for the march was to highlight our opposition to the UK Coalition Government's slash and burn cuts agenda.
The slash-and burn cuts will lead to the loss of half a million public sector jobs - a figure which could well be doubled when considering the impact on the private sector.
Dave Prentis, general secretary of Unison, said: "Whatever the Tories would have you believe, there are real alternatives to their slash and burn cuts.
Already it is becoming a contest between Labour's plan to spend sensibly, in an effort to shore up the economy, and the Tories' desire for slash and burn cuts to reduce the sky-high national debt as quickly as possible.
Now instead of admitting he has failed, he arrogantly refuses to change course and says his slash and burn cuts will continue.
We already know that both parties were planning slash and burn cuts which will disproportionately hit our front-line services hard.
The Tories' slash and burn cuts to Wales' budget will hit our businesses and economy hard - yet they are promising a boost to Northern Ireland through lower corporation tax, a move they reject for Wales.
This arrogant, Tory-led Government must do a lot more to undo the devastating effects of its slash and burn cuts.