offcut

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offcut

(ˈɒfˌkʌt)
n
a piece of paper, plywood, fabric, etc, remaining after the main pieces have been cut; remnant
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offcut

[ˈɒfkʌt] N
1.trozo m
2. offcutsrestos mpl, sobras fpl
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ENPNewswire-September 5, 2019--New Holland introduces new generation Loop Master knotter on BigBaler Plus; Zero twine offcuts left on the bales or in the field; Improved quality of work while protecting the environment; Elimination of animal feed contamination due to the digestion of twine offcuts; Protecting the environment thanks to the elimination by not depositing twine offcuts across the field or during transport; Even stronger knots with higher tensile strength; Up to 15% higher tensile strength with the same twine; Increased daily productivity due to more efficient baling
The implication being Victoria and I were fine with the budget value offcuts of whatever animal the supermarket had hanging around.
Planning documents state that the plant will burn offcuts from the timber manufacturing business while wood chipping will be carried out within the new boiler house building.
A BUDDING product designer has created a chair from barbers' offcuts to get people thinking about what we throw away.
To find out more, call 01207 272 770, or email sales@theresaspinks.co.uk KENTON KARPETS If you have ever had carpets fitted, you will know you are frequently left with several offcuts which are too good to throw away but not good enough to put on display without giving them a finished edge.
The Airdrie pupils' company makes unique picture frames with tartan embellishments - sourcing the material from Glasgow kiltmakers MacGregor and MacDuff, who have kindly provided them with fabric offcuts to recycle.
Summary: Behind his office desk is a wall full of wood offcuts, each containing another message that champions eco-friendly living.
The others are"Signs and Symbols"- motifs with local relevance based on the surrounding natural environment; "Corners and Offcuts"led by artists and stone carvers James Rachan and Susheila Jamieson; and "Wildlife", an outdoor classroom and community space.
Office calls the products 'Offcuts' and customers can find one-off shoes on the Offcuts websites that have previously been on display in stores or are the final pairs available.
Put the posts in place, secure them from the inside with the offcuts, the smooth side facing inside, and leave about one feet at the top of the posts uncovered by the offcuts.
Re-knead any offcuts and stamp out more scones until you've used up all the dough.
While some of the cotton print fabrics for these quilts was probably purchased at off-rez stores in White Clay, just over the border into Nebraska, other scraps were no doubt crafted from leftover offcuts, or even recycled from worn-out clothing.