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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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Aalbaek is Denmark's largest manufacturer of organic cold cuts.
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.
Many cold cuts contain 500 to 700 milligrams (mg) of sodium per 2-ounce serving--between 33 and 45 percent of the 1,500 mg per day recommended for adults over age 50.
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.
To accompany the savoring of this young wine, an array of French cheeses and cold cuts flown in especially from France, were served to the thousand of guests attending, complemented with a selection of French pastries.
I can hold a big fat deli sandwich that is piled with cold cuts.
Due Moore, 72, an unpaid volunteer with the Albuquerque, New Mexico, police department, got more than cold cuts when he was at the deli in his local Wal-Mart, reported the August 22 Albuquerque Tribune.