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cutout

[′kət‚au̇t]
(electricity)
Pairs brought out of a cable and terminated at some place other than at the end of the cable.
An electrical device that is used to interrupt the flow of current through any particular apparatus or instrument, either automatically or manually. Also known as electric cutout.
(geology)

cutout

1. Any opening in a masonry, metal, grating, or wood surface, as an opening in a doorframe to receive door hardware.
2. A piece of material stamped out of sheet metal or other sheet material.
3. A circuit breaker or valve for breaking an electrical or piping connection.
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Recent visitors to Tobu Zoo have noticed that the cutout for Hululu the Humboldt penguin is still on display and has not left the side of its biggest fan, Grape-kun the penguin, according to a report from Comic Natalie via Anime News Network.
Optimization of Spatially Varying Fiber Paths for a Symmetric Laminate with a Circular Cutout under Remote Uniaxial Tension," SAE Int.
He continues to paint and draw, but he has become most well-known for his dynamic usage of colored paper cutout pieces.
Freeze pie and remaining cutouts uncovered until cutouts feel very firm, 20 to 30 minutes.
For the most part the show presses the case for seeing the cutouts as sensuous distraction.
From illustrations to cutouts, from scripting the text to laying it out in the best possible way, children are taken step by step through the process of creating a picture book out of a story that is carefully chosen.
Circular and elliptical cutouts were considered and the effect of cutout's types on stress concentration and stress field were investigated.
If using cutouts, place glass or clear plastic on top.
Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay comes face to face with his lifesize cutouts at the Echo's offices
He laughed: "I couldn't believe when I heard about people nicking the cutouts.
Anything that looks like a cheerful jack-o'-lantern is always fun -- and hollowed-out oranges with cutout faces on one side filled with chocolate ice cream or yogurt, then frozen -- are no exception.
The test specimen is a sandwich consisting of a square woven backing, milled compound and a Mylar sheet with cutouts of the desired dimension.