down cutting

down cutting

[′dau̇n ‚kəd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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Then after the Assembly election they will do their best to kill off further talk about council mergers, saying the implementation costs will be unaffordable, When the amount of cash available goes down cutting is the only option.
The other day he was down cutting it with a push lawnmower and lining it - that's the dedication from him.
The result was down cutting of the channel along with large amounts of sediment being deposited in the area as well as highly incised channel that damaged and killed many protected wetland plants throughout the area.
According to experts, the main reason for the loss of soil is the excessive down cutting by the river.
During harsh weather and other emergencies, power lines and communications towers may go down cutting off vital information from authorities.
Sealaska continues to harvest trees, but intends to slow down cutting and seek value-added veneer processing in order to extend logging jobs into the future.
Manufactures machines for automated handling, slabbing, down cutting, shaping, and contour cutting of expanded polystyrene and flexible urethane foam.
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