cutting rule

cutting rule

[′kəd·iŋ ‚rül]
(engineering)
A sharp steel rule used in a machine for cutting paper or cardboard.
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Previously he has outlined his priorities including overhauling US immigration laws, reforming education, cutting rules on business and simplifying tax.
THE FACTS: Cutting rules and regulations doesn't address what's holding up most transportation projects, which is lack of money.
These two basic cutting rules allow us to grind more whole-muscle meat for the hamburger that we sell: Making a special effort to avoid removing extra trimmings of muscle from steaks and roasts that didn't need to be removed, along with the effort to avoid including extra fat in our trim that can be removed from it, helps minimize the amount of trim that we generate.
The key areas were obtaining the correct profiles and cutting rules to ensure complete functionality, time after time.
Priest" was the leader of an Irish mob known as The Dead Rabbits, while the fearsome Cutting rules the home-grown Nativists, who'd prefer to shoot every immigrant before they set foot on American soil.
Most ranger districts will supply a map of suggested places to search for trees as well as cutting rules.
But building a strong, safe set of stairs is doable if you meticulously follow the layout and cutting rules outlined in this story.
Wendy Fox, press secretary for the state Department of Conservation and Recreation, said the same cutting rules in place at Quabbin apply to all state forests and parks.