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cutline

(ˈkʌtˌlaɪn)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) US and Canadian a caption accompanying an illustration
2. (Tools) US and Canadian a line marked on a piece of wood, metal, etc, to show where it is to be cut
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Press Contact Megan Lamb Cutline Communications mlamb@cutline.
The problem with compressing an entire news story into a cutline was illustrated Wednesday in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's "The Nation In Brief" column.
Programs performing below an APR cutline will be penalized with the loss of a scholarship for each scholarship athlete who is an "0-for-2" - that is an athlete who leaves school early, prior to exhausting eligibility, and who wouldn't have been eligible for the ensuing term.
A cutline in the same newspaper reads, "A statue of Colonel Seth Warren of the Green Mountain Boys flanks the Bennington Battle Monument.
But she gave three of those strokes back with bogeys on a day 6,394- yard, par-72 El Cab limited a field of 143 to just 23 sub-par rounds while producing the second-highest cutline - 7 over par - of the first four 2004 tour events and third-highest cut since the start of the 2003 season.