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cutting down

[′kəd·iŋ ′dau̇n]
(mechanical engineering)
Removing surface roughness or irregularities from metal by the use of an abrasive.
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According to researchers, smokers should stop completely instead of cutting down to significantly reducing their risk of heart disease and stroke.
Savvas Theodoulou, a member of the Aglandja struggle committee, told the Cyprus Mail that despite the group's continuous efforts to avert the cutting down of the trees, as of last week, crews had marked with an X trees that have stood for a century but are to go.
It may be noted that M AIL T ODAY had on Wednesday reported the possible increase in the security deposit for cutting down a tree.
Apple Inc is reportedly cutting down on iPad Mini shipments for the second quarter of the year, according to a new report
If you let your friends and family know you're cutting down and that it's important to you, you could get support from them | 4.
More than 500 residents of southwestern Bulgarian town of Sandanski walked out Tuesday evening to protest massive cutting down of trees in their town park.
PINDI GHEB, March 29, 2011 (Frontier Star): Unidentified robbers looted cloth worth of millions of rupees along with cash by cutting down locks of a shop of Bara Market in Main Bazar of Pindi Gheb here on the other day while two robbers have been arrested.
Dr Balsaib said it is important to reach out to people to make them aware that heart attacks can be prevented by cutting down smoking, doing daily exercise and good food habits.
Moor pleaded guilty to cutting down 15 trees and was fined pounds 3,000 by magistrates.
AN architect was fined pounds 800 for cutting down four trees in a conservation area, it emerged yesterday.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested after cutting down eucalyptus trees in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park and making a bonfire with them.
Louise said: "We believe cutting down on private car use is a real way to save money.