recut

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recut

(riːˈkʌt)
vb (tr)
to cut again
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This edition adds a chapter on how to distinguish transparent and black diamond imitations from real natural diamonds; expands the chapter on synthetic diamonds, with new photo pages to identify HPHT (high pressure and high temperature) and CVD (chemical vapor deposition)-grown diamonds with magnification, fluorescence, and crossed Polaroid filters; and updated photos and information on chapters on fancy colored diamonds, antique cuts and jewelry, fluorescence, treatments, and recutting diamonds.
Fisher's gem recutting department can recut damaged diamonds or gemstones to yield the maximum recut weight.
Yazoo Mills, a manufacturer of 100% recycled paper tubes and cores, has announced its recent purchase of a new high speed automatic, multi-knife paper tube recutting line from Paco Winders Manufacturing Co.
Often the best source for such a stone is recutting the damaged stone.
The frame I'm holding here took me all of 15 minutes to cut and assemble, and it's the first time I've built a frame without recutting a single miter.
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Most of these diamonds are bought on the basis of speculating and recutting.
Severe misengagement between the hand and ratchet(s) can also require recutting the ratchet--which is akin to brain surgery for those who've not done it many times.
Lucas opted not to release the original theatrical version on DVD two years ago, instead upgrading the f/x and recutting the pics to integrate them with his prequels.
Throughout his career, Peckinpah was consistently saddled with the studios recutting his films after he handed them in, trimming them for time and never for the better.
Thereafter the fastidious recutting of the workprint continued at the Movieolas in the manning pool; and whenever the strain of Albert Ammons's "Bass Boogie" began to clatter through the gaunt and echoing room, we would steal from our desks and our rewinds to watch and listen, while outside through the big bare window, the Gatineau Hills turned from red and bronze to a bleak blue black, and the slate grey Ottawa River slowly filmed with ice.
Diamonds are expensive to "mine" (educate), but with a modicum of care, periodic cleaning and recutting (career support and professional growth) in the proper setting (one that supports the diamond to shine), they will last indefinitely.