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cold cut, cold cutter

A cold chisel mounted on a handle like a hammer; struck with a maul.
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If you have a magnifying glass handy, you'll find the same words on most Healthy Choice cold cuts and Celebrity Healthy Hams.
Oscar Mayer, headquartered in Madison, is the nation's largest food processor of cold cuts.
PEnrsons is the industry's leading brand in cold cuts in particular.
The contract is for the supply of red meat, cold cuts of red meat and animal fats.
NEW VENTURE Annette Marshall has opened Cold Cuts Delicatessen in Bedlington Station after being made redundant seven months ago
Located in Jersey City, New Jersey, Cold Cuts Media, a technology company, is focused on iPhone and iPod Touch applications that emphasize convenience and ease of use by delivering real, practical solutions.
The new cold cuts packaging is based on Stora Enso's new Primeforma board, developed for thermoformed food packaging, which can be used on existing packaging lines which were previously used for plastic packaging.
This could include breakfast, lunch and a snack of cold cuts or cottage cheese before dinner.
Due Moore, 72, an unpaid volunteer with the Albuquerque, New Mexico, police department, got more than cold cuts when he was at the deli in his local Wal-Mart, reported the August 22 Albuquerque Tribune.
So we won the Cold War only to declare war on cold cuts.
The marble inlays of the geometric floor decorations were replaced by slices of cold cuts of various kinds--just another crude allusion (as were the tattooed skins of flayed pigs) to the digestive processes that end, of course, in excretion.
Cold cuts and cured meats served with crispbread, flatbread and bread loaves sweetened with molasses.