precut

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pre·cut

 (prē′kŭt′)
adj.
Cut into size or shape before being marketed, assembled, or used: precut fillet of fish; precut construction materials.
tr.v. (prē-kŭt′) pre·cut, pre·cut·ting, pre·cuts
To cut into size or shape before marketing, assembling, or using.

precut

(priːˈkʌt)
n
1. any precut item
2. (Mining & Quarrying) an initial cut made in a coalface prior to the main mining process
adj
3. cut in advance
4. (Building) (of a building) made of precut materials
vb (tr)
5. to cut (esp building materials) to the desired shape and size in advance
6. (Mining & Quarrying) to make an initial cut into (a coalface) before mining the coal
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Chain saw operators measured the length and bucked the sawtimber precuts.
Additionally, PCNS precuts could result in higher PPW volumes due to the topwood portion of the stem left after cutting out the higher value log.
The Bigger Line is also available with a third shaft, called the Masher, which precuts and orients long parts as they feed into the cutting chamber.
That gap in what consumers continue to call value isn't stopping precuts from growing faster than whole greens.
The second weekend is big for the precuts, because they dry up faster.
Other precut trees, such as nobles, silver tips and Douglas firs, are shipped in from Oregon and Washington.
Linwood Homes produces, precuts, packages and ships cedar components to the customer's building site.
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In fact, the company continues to produce the same chocolate precuts it made prior to Stocking's departure.
The company manufactures and markets a wide range of products, including computers, semiconductors, consumer precuts and power and industrial equipment.