key cut

key cut

[′kē ‚kət]
(mining engineering)
In strip mine operations, the section excavated adjacent to the new highwall.
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ASLEAZY plumber subjected a customer to an obsessive campaign of stalking during which he left a sex toy and underwear in her home after secretly getting a key cut.
Conor Faughnan of AA Ireland said: "While most service providers are trustworthy there's always that risk they could get a copy of your key cut.
What I did, was had another key cut. Start your car and lock it up with the other key.
THE PRETENDERS Room Full Of Mirrors Key cut from their Get Close album with Chrissie Hynde covering this epic Hendrix song.
The security breach comes after the Sunday Mirror revealed how an inmate got a key cut to open every door at the prison and jailed internet forger Douglas Havard, 27, shut down its computer system.
"If owners need to have a new key cut, or need the security code to make their stereo work again, they simply need to visit their nearest XPart AutoService centre where a request can be placed and we can then supply the information back to the garage." Under previous MG Rover systems, owners needing the security codes often had to wait for up to two days for the information to be supplied to the garage.
The amazing thing about this key cut, as seen here on supermodel Miranda Kerr at the 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday, is that there are literally endless variations available, so you're sure to find a style and print (or non-print) that works for you.
LAUREN PRITCHARD Going Home Key cut from Wasted In Jackson, the US singer-songwriter's outstanding debut album.
The cunning lag used modelling clay to copy the master key, then smuggled the pattern out and had a key cut and returned to him at Ranby Prison, near Retford, Notts.
TIMPSONS: Half price on every second key cut of the same key.
But 14-year-old Hayley had got a key cut and was having a party at the pounds 80,000 semi-detached home in Long Melford, Suffolk, when the clubbers turned up.
It came to light after Chris James, owner of historic Torosay Castle on Scotland's Isle of Mull, had a key cut to open the mystery hideaway.