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cut-throat

(of some games) played by three people
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But they got the soft-soap treatment from Linzi Corr and Daniella Diffin as celebrity hairdresser Paul Meekin prepared the cut-throat razor to give them a full-scale makeover.
Norwich Union operate in a cut-throat industry and have to remain competitive.
Quick reflexes, cut-throat strategy, and high-tech weapons are players' only resources in this lightning-fast battle for survival.
Johnny, 43, wears odd grey streaks in his hair and a cut-throat razor by his side for Sweeney Todd, currently being filmed at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.
STORE firm Tesco are to create more than 1600 jobs in Scotland in the next year in a bid to hold on to their position as market leaders in the cut-throat ``trolley wars''.
The European cotton industry -- the major market for polyester staple fiber -- has long been in a deep structural crises, which is mainly due to low-priced imports, overcapacities and cut-throat price competition.
The group's Allied Bakeries has been hit by cut-throat competition in the bread market.
Cut-throat razors, a hunting knife and a five-inch gutting knife were among weapons seized from defendants and visitors at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
CAR rental firm Avis admits it is struggling in the face of cut-throat competition.
British director Stephen Frears is spot on with his portrayal of the seedy cut-throat world the trio inhabit.
THE housing slump and cut-throat competition from the internet has sent the owner of Currys crashing to a pounds 140million loss.
RIVAL supermarkets Asda and Tesco are locked in a cut-throat toy war, slashing prices by half on hundreds of must-haves.