ready-cut

ready-cut

adj
(of wood, tiles, glass, etc) cut to size before being sold
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Experts warned consumers to avoid ready-cut salad if possible, to rinse bagged salad thoroughly, and not to let it get warm.
Frozen fruit in Sweden mainly consists of berries, though ready-cut mango and other convenience products are available as well.
Ready-cut trees, wreaths and swags also available, and there is a gift shop in an old restored barn.
That way, I have ready-cut pineapple and other healthy snacks waiting whenever I feel peckish.
These were all earlier discoveries but, in my humble opinion, still take priority over a ready-cut Warbur ton's.
Economy, ready-cut mats, with or without backs (which protect the drawing or painting), come in packages of varying sizes.
Several ready-cut counterfeit pounds 10 notes were also seized.
Ready-cut whale steaks, which had gone on sale at a Tyneside shop, had proved popular with many likening it to beef.
Hodgson Company of Dover, Massachusetts was one of a number of companies specializing in mail-order catalogs to advertise and sell secitonal and ready-cut houses throughout the United States.
It was one of those ready-cut homes my father and his friends built on weekends and finished a few days before I was born.
Now, with Zenith to be fittingly housed upstairs with ample space for all its needs, and the downstairs walk-in area to feature bathroom and kitchen showrooms complementing Terrafirma's import, from the likes of Spain, China and Brazil, of ready-cut and polished floors in sumptuous materials such as marble, natural stone and sandstone, plus granite worktops, the May-Brighouse partner- ship is set for yet another leap.