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cold cut, cold cutter

A cold chisel mounted on a handle like a hammer; struck with a maul.
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Atrai said that the transaction will strengthen its market leading position in cold cuts in Denmark.
Cold Cut Systems, based in Kungsbacka, Sweden, develops and manufactures fire extinguishing systems and rescue products, including the waterjet-based CCS COBRA tool for piercing and cutting in all types of material.
If you have a magnifying glass handy, you'll find the same words on most Healthy Choice cold cuts and Celebrity Healthy Hams.
The agreement includes acquisition of an 18% stake in Cold Cut Systems.
* Subway's Tuna Salad sub ends up twice as fatty as its Cold Cut sub, even without mayo on the roll.
Moreover, the Siniora brand of cold cuts witnessed a growth of 8 per cent and 6 per cent in the first half of 2019 in the Jordanian and Palestinian markets respectively, compared to the same period of 2018, thus enhancing its market share and leading position in all markets in which it operates.
Caption: With their vegetable and whole-grain ingredients, veggie burgers are a healthy alternative to cold cuts.
NEW VENTURE Annette Marshall has opened Cold Cuts Delicatessen in Bedlington Station after being made redundant seven months ago
Even turkey cold cuts are popular, especially turkey breast and turkey ham.
The revamped range of cold cuts by HK Ruokatalo, use board trays, which can be recycled just like milk and juice cartons.
The packaging is available for 23 varieties of premium roast beef, ham, chicken breast, turkey breast, and other cold cuts, including bologna, liverwurst and P&P loaf and will soon be extended to include artisan cheeses and authentic Italian delicacies, according to company officials.