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line cut

[′līn ‚kət]
(graphic arts)
A relief printing plate made by photographing a design and then transferring the negative onto a zinc or copper plate that is then developed, with the lines that will form the printing surface being protected and the rest of the plate etched down; used exclusively for the reproduction of materials executed in black (or a color) and white, with no intermediate shades of gray (or tones). Also known as line block; line engraving; line etching; line plate.
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After gifting two side line cuts back to Galway he missed the third one altogether.
Lender Direct Line cut its rate from 6.49 per cent to 6.25 per cent - under-cutting ALL High Street lenders.
Nexus and BTP teamed up to launch a crime-cutting initiative, which saw offences on the line cut by 21%, and the scheme has now been ranked among the best in the country in the rail crime prevention category at this year's Network Rail Environment Awards.
Her friend Ruth Adams said: "Katherine's mother said she heard a dog bark, a scream, then the line cut." Hours later Katherine's battered body was found.FULL STORY: PAGE 5
Then there were screams from the air hostess next to her and the line cut."
Aberdeen/Inverness rail line cut between Insch and Forres.
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The Durand Line cuts through the Pashtun tribal areas and further south through the Balochistan region, politically dividing ethnic Pashtuns, as well as the Baloch and other ethnic groups living on both sides of the border.
Former owner Randy Lerner spent PS9m upgrading Villa's training facilities - only to discover that the rail line cuts straight through two training pitches when the government unveiled its plans.
Simple to install and requiring no line cuts, the Starweigh checkweigher can be integrated into packaging lines by simply straddling the customer's existing conveyor; rarely will a customer have to modify an existing conveyor line to accommodate a Starweigh.
Devastating front line cuts are being introduced by the fire authority due to coalition government cuts, without any apparent concern for the safety of hundreds of thousands of people living on Teesside and close by.