corner cut

corner cut

[′kȯr·nər ‚kət]
(computer science)
A corner cut off a punched card at an oblique angle to aid in orientation.
(graphic arts)
A slanted cut at the corner of an aperture card or microfiche that serves to identify the photosensitive side of the film.
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Well backed from 4-1 into 100-30 Harry Crapper's charge looked to have it all to do as Different Corner cut out the early running ahead of the odds-on favourite Malbay Trustee.
Photo: With a nail for a pivot and a corner cut offto allow freedom of movement, trellis's rear leg swings back to make it an A-frame
Richardson's 3-pointer from the corner cut it to 88-87 with 3:07 to go then, after a flurry of missed shots, Parker was called for a technical and Nash's free throw tied it at 88-88 with 1:01 remaining.
Every corner cut in terms of production costs meant another group of drivers who could actually afford to pay for one.
To bring more of an indoor look to your outdoor space, try one of Pine Hall Brick's newer styles, Pentagon, an 8 X 8 paver with one corner cut off that provides a sophisticated tile-like appearance.
A Spencer jump shot in the corner cut the gap to 10 points, with momentum well behind Riyadi.
Top Tip: If your cables go round a corner cut your trunking at a 45 degree angle using a set square.
Flybe said that Howe's "passport had been clearly mutilated with the corner cut off as it would be had it been cancelled", adding it had "no choice but to refuse Greg permission to board the plane after consulting border agencies in the UK and France".
He latched on to a neat, low corner cut back by Stuart McClune before jinking inside a defender and unleashing a ferocious, rising shot which hurtled into the top left corner.
Many of the people who came to me with tales of woe about their housing were people living in new-built properties that looked perfectly OK on the outside (literally and figuratively speaking) but were actually cheap and nasty constructions that were built as cheaply as possible, with every conceivable corner cut to maximise the developer's profits: no wall insulation, live electric cables hanging between walls, damaged timbers used as roof beams.
Without the core, the puzzle intensifies and, with slick movements, the mechanics of this latest Cube allow you to corner cut like never before.