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cut-out

[′kət ‚au̇t]
(control systems)
A value of temperature or pressure at which a control circuit opens.
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The elegant design, with long escutcheon format where required, allows unusual cut-outs to be aesthetically concealed with a superior appearance.
Two of the final pages of the book are given to a large reproduction of The Parakeet and the Mermaid, one of the largest cut-outs Matisse ever made.
Leyenda: "Vaivenes" (Sway) 40" x 26" Acrylic inks, acrylics, glitter on paper with cut-outs.
If the cabinet with cut-outs is chosen as the preferred option, then a selection of interchangeable metal templates are provided with the machine, with appropriately sized cut-outs fitted with rubber gators and matching internal baffles for sealing to prevent media escaping, thus allowing it to accommodate extremely long extrusion screws which can pass completely through the cabinet and be bead blasted clean along their entire length.
Cllr Stuart Whittingham with the cardboard cut-outs at Woodchurch Library and two young volunteers
We are trialling the cardboard cut-outs to try to deter shoplifters.
Puppeteer includes more cut outs, an old framed mirror and little character cut-outs, including a Victorian woman.
Delightful as the stories are, the strength of the book lies in the superb illustrations, all derived from paper cut-outs using scissors and pinking shears.
Bright, modern illustrations and a wonderfully creative succession of peep-through paper cut-outs lend new life to this classic fable.
As many as 75,594 cut-outs of IPL bats -- roughly 9,450 for each of the eight teams -- were waiting, some at the office, some at the delivery point.