star cut

star cut

[′stär ‚kət]
(lapidary)
A gem cut characterized by a hexagonal table surrounded by six facets in the form of an equilateral triangle.
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T at one time, his hair rising like a rooster's comb, and then having it done like a pineapple's crown before eventually settling for the shoulder-length rock star cut, his conservative aunts - my elder sisters - were scandalized.
It had been claimed that the former Eternal star cut short her recent trip to Majorca with her sons to have crisis talks with Jamie.
The 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy star cut out drink while filming a show on his Muslim heritage in 2015.
The former Man United star cut inside to unleash a shot that was deflected past Wojciech Szczesny.
Fans gathered outside Bakers Tailoring to see their favourite samba star cut the ribbon to officially open the store.
MARGOT ROBBIE The Wolf Of Wall Street might have brought Margot Robbie global acclaim, but it was as groupie Donna in Neighbours, from 2008-2011, where the rising Hollywood star cut her teeth.
We think we have made the world's biggest mince pie that actually looks like a mince pie, it has got the star cut out on top too just as we would with our normal sized pies - only difference is this is 100 times bigger.
took on new meaning Tuesday as the rock star cut the ribbon on a namesake housing development for low-income residents and the formerly homeless in Philadelphia.
Bipasha's Jodi Breakers co- star cut quite a picture of sobriety in flowing locks and a beard, far from the dude avatar he is normally known to don.
The Japan star cut short his holiday in order to feature in both pre-season matches in his homeland.
Dashing Star cut out the running with Trading Leather on his tail but the race, which has seen nine winners progress to Epsom glory, was still to develop in earnest by the two-furlong pole.
Red Star cut the arrears courtesy of Channon North, and he netted again ten minutes from the end, but West easily held on.