close-cut

close-cut

Descriptive of a hip (or valley) on a slate, shingle, or tile roof in which the pieces are cut to meet exactly on the hip (or valley).
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Officials said the man is in his mid-20s, six feet tall, weighing about 180 pounds, brown eyes, a close-cut black hair and a beard.
Scotland succumbed late on to Bernard Foley's decisive kick and Cotter said: "It was a very close-cut thing, only one point, but we were pretty tough on ourselves.
Written and directed by Sofia Coppola, the film bears unmistakable elements of her shooting style, with close-cut shots and music drifting in and out of the audio.
In late summer, after the flowers have seeded, the council will cut back these areas and gradually a beautiful wild flower area will develop, much more interesting than boring close-cut grass.
Seek out stretchy fabrics and close-cut silhouettes.
An unidentified 38-year-old male store clerk told police investigators that a white man, about 5 feet 5 inches tall, with a close-cut goatee, entered the store.
Genii comforts himself against the cold in a fisherman's-knit sweater, with a close-cut leather jacket over it.
But 3D needs movement in all directions, and Bailey's lean, close-cut designs, while beautiful, wearable and inspiring, just didn't get picked up in the third dimension that much.
She rolls across the close-cut grass as smoothly as a snooker ball, back and forth as people with more money and sense than me make notes in their catalogue.
For all of his 16 years giving Obama his "quo vadis" haircut - black parlance from the 1960s for close-cut locks - Zariff said he is not about to start ribbing Obama.
For quite some time I'd been a close-cut number two in winter and an even closer-cut number one in summer, so with this kit I thought our lass could sort my coiffurial requirements quite adequately.