cut line

cut line

In a theater stage, a rope which can be cut in case of fire backstage, automatically dropping the asbestos curtain and/or opening the smoke hatches.
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i) Dashed cut lines, along with the words "Cut Here" above the cut line, shall be center printed at intervals of 65.
You're looking at the cut line instead of getting more under par.
Harrington - who won his first event in seven years last month - at the Honda Classic - hit a four-under 68 to be well inside the cut line at five under in Texas.
Introduced at LIGNA 2013 and a finalist in the 2014 IWF Challengers Awards, the Holzma dustEX features a combination of air jets throughout the panel saw machining table, that extract the debris immediately at the cut line.
Another Duck, Thomas Lim, was one stroke above the cut line at 146 and failed to advance.
Meanwhile, the cut line slowly but surely started getting closer and closer until I got in.
The 208's exterior can also be set off with an optional paint finish called a coupe franche - or straight cut line - making it look almost like a car of two halves.
In the method, a cut line of each end of the sheet member (B) in the circumferential direction has a vertex in the intermediate point in the width direction of the sheet member (B).
The latest addition to the fresh cut line, a line of products that include proteins, was introduced at the recent Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) show.
That means he must now win at least one qualifying match for next month's World Championships to get back above the cut line.
The ACS-216 Auto Cutter needs no extra power supply as it is powered by the LX900 printer and can be controlled through the printer driver, allowing the exact setting of the cut line.
5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To advance its position as one of the nation's premier natural snack food brands, Boulder Canyon(TM) Natural Foods has introduced two new varieties of its Canyon Cut line of kettle-cooked, ridged potato chips that appear in grocery stores this month.