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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Short and portly, with close-cut blond hair and a voice that can knock your jockey shorts off, Dee often appears as the romantic lead.
He is white, about 6 feet tall and 200 pounds, with close-cut blond hair and a goatee, which he may have shaved.
The boy was also about 15 years old, white, 5ft 4in, with close-cut dark hair under a baseball cap.
He's scrapped his ultra-trendy braids for a close-cut skinhead look and so could be looking to make a statement with another new style.
The 26-year-old actress, who starred as Dessie alongside Christopher Eccleston and Eamonn Walker in last year's ITV adaptation of Othello, is currently sporting a close-cut hairdo.
Cut out objects on fabric using close-cut or crop-cut technique.
I came home feeling disconnected from American society, discharged in San Francisco with nothing but my military uniform and a close-cut haircut,'' said Qualls, who served in the central highlands of Vietnam for 13 months as an Army first lieutenant.
Even Roz's hairdresser tried to dissuade her from going for a close-cut crop, but 18 months on, she doesn't regret it.
Members are advised to congregate on the close-cut square in the centre of the ground, believed to be the flattest place on earth.
PageComposer also delivers data for Gravure applications, and performs extremely fast anti-aliasing of linework for output to proofers and color printers with high quality small text, thin lines and close-cut masks.
Close-cut grass may look smart, but it is very vulnerable to sudden changes in the weather.
He is thought to be in his mid-30s, about 6ft tall and of a medium build with dark, close-cut short hair and stubble.