V-cut

V-cut

1. Descriptive of lettering, inscribed in stone, in which the cuts are acutely triangular.
2. Any saw cut or cut in wood which is V-shaped.
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Meanwhile, during the Thai night held on Wednesday evening, Gray donned a purple v-cut silk gown designed by Asava Group.
Aside from returning starters Sebastian Pares and Johanik -- a V-cut beast who on defense made 9 tackles for loss with 3 sacks from the interior line -- varsity reps and sheer size are lacking.
+ Unique V-cut lid is easy to twist open; berry imagery on label matches colorful tablets
Down-mold was a flat plate while up-mold was a plate with V-cut microstructures.
It was constructed with siding composed of connected cartwheels, V-cut type planks, shiplap paneling, louver boards, with a steep, cone-shaped roof topped with a cross.
When considering blast designs, another option is the fan cut, which is an angled cut that is similar to half a V-Cut. It is called a fan cut because it looks like an open hand fan from the last century and before, as illustrated in Figure 1.
The DfM system will report errors if a part is placed closer than the ruled distance from a V-cut, router part, perforation or stressed part (FIGURE 3).
Bright floral swimsuit with V-cut neckline, Pour Moi?
She wore a strapless Allure dress featuring a sweetheart neckline and low V-cut back.
Slowly, what began as a scratch on the surface began to take form as an angled cut, called a V-cut. The work requires patience and a steady hand.
A V-cut vamp, full coverage on the sides of the toes and smooth interior seams give this shoe a sleek feel.