recut


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recut

(riːˈkʌt)
vb (tr)
to cut again
References in classic literature ?
The meadow was being recut, the great red poppies were reopening in the garden.
Grace a son succes populaire a travers le monde dans la deuxieme moitie du XXe siecle, elle recut de nombreux surnoms.
Fisher's gem recutting department can recut damaged diamonds or gemstones to yield the maximum recut weight.
In phase 2, the negative cases were recut at deeper levels and stained with all 3 stains.
Et puis un beau matin elle recut la visite du gendre.
Some time back I recut the checkering on an old Browning Citori and actually ran into several large grains of sand that had been pressed into the wood when the previous owner probably fell or dropped the gun in the dirt.
If the tree passes your inspection, ask that the butt of the tree be recut.
The set up would be used to reface the receiver, the locking lug seat and, in a thorough job, recut the barrel threads inside the receiver ring.
A diamond cutter needs to be consulted to determine how to best recut the stone and what the loss in weight will be.
Five years later the diamond was recut to its 67 1/8-carat size, at which time it became known as the French Blue.
It's likely they will be broken up and the stones recut in order to remove 12-digit serial numbers which are inscribed by lasers.
The entire gun was polished, cocking serrations recut, roll engraving reapplied and all surfaces trued before period-correct charcoal bluing.