close-cut

close-cut

Descriptive of a hip (or valley) on a slate, shingle, or tile roof in which the pieces are cut to meet exactly on the hip (or valley).
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Investigators said the driver is "a heavyset male with a fair complexion" who has short brown hair, a close-cut brown beard and at the time was wearing a red hat and t-shirt, khaki shorts and black sneakers.
class="MsoNormalA beard ndash bushy or close-cut beard, a moustache or goatee ndash gives a man character.
Scotland succumbed late on to Bernard Foley's decisive kick and Cotter said: "It was a very close-cut thing, only one point, but we were pretty tough on ourselves.
Written and directed by Sofia Coppola, the film bears unmistakable elements of her shooting style, with close-cut shots and music drifting in and out of the audio.
In late summer, after the flowers have seeded, the council will cut back these areas and gradually a beautiful wild flower area will develop, much more interesting than boring close-cut grass.
Seek out stretchy fabrics and close-cut silhouettes.
An unidentified 38-year-old male store clerk told police investigators that a white man, about 5 feet 5 inches tall, with a close-cut goatee, entered the store.
Genii comforts himself against the cold in a fisherman's-knit sweater, with a close-cut leather jacket over it.
But 3D needs movement in all directions, and Bailey's lean, close-cut designs, while beautiful, wearable and inspiring, just didn't get picked up in the third dimension that much.
She rolls across the close-cut grass as smoothly as a snooker ball, back and forth as people with more money and sense than me make notes in their catalogue.