from The Century Dictionary.

  • In cricket, to injure (the batsman) by striking him in vulnerable parts: said of the ball.


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  • A multi-year land rehabilitation scheme has been set up to protect the tallest known trees in the world by restoring cut-over parklands and reducing sediment delivery to park streams.

    Redwood National Park, United States

  • Young tree plantations of spruce, fir and hemlock are grown here for replanting those cut-over forests.

    Rural Heartbeats

  • Kessel disagreed, saying he expects Flextronics will cut-over Calgary in mid- May "which could add modest upside to guidance and remove an overhang."

    Flextronics 'Too Cheap To Ignore'

  • The sooner-than-expected cut-over is one of multiple catalysts that could push Flextronics to Kessel's $15 target, which indicates 31% upside.

    Flextronics 'Too Cheap To Ignore'

  • Now that the cut-over of Nortel's Calgary site has occurred, Kessel believes Flextronics will focus on vertically integrating the programs using its own printed circuit boards PBCs and enclosures.

    Flextronics May See 36% Upside

  • However, there is still concern the remaining Nortel Calgary site cut-over may be delayed past the fiscal first quarter.

    Flextronics 'Too Cheap To Ignore'

  • Luke Dawson, lender of money on mortgages, owner of Northern cut-over land, was a hesitant man in unpressed soft gray clothes, with bulging eyes in a milky face.

    Main Street

  • And the Vice President can tell you that he participated in the cut-over of the North Carolina information highway a few months ago.

    Session Three Of Southern Economic Conference

  • Most of it was in cut-over timber, so there was always plenty of wood.

    Oral History Interview with Harriette Arnow, April, 1976. Interview G-0006. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • The moving blip had made the cut-over across the half-mile wide green lane in the span of one crossover and was now whipping into the merger lane that would take it over the top of the police lane and drop down into the one hundred fifty to two hundred mile an hour blue.

    Code Three


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