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paper cuts

Pictures cut into paper.
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On Friday, August 25, the Market Place restaurant, Cowbridge, is being transformed into a gallery for a special exhibition by Savile Row artist Hormazd Narielwalla called Paper Cuts and Collages.
Polish paper cuts traditionally depict scenes from daily life, trees, flowers and birds.
The 23-year-old actress said that it wasn't as glamorous as it sounds as she got a million paper cuts on her back from all the money, Us magazine reported.
Her career thus far has seen her wrangle birds, dogs, cats, children and words, but she remains remarkably intact despite all the bites, scratches and paper cuts. Ellen loves communicating; her favourite methods Include writing and excessive talking, and her favourite subjects are birds and saving the world.
These pictures, known as "paper cuts", were often, but not necessarily, silhouette images.
Meanwhile, the hospital sees a steady flow of patients suffering from paper cuts, toothache and hangovers.
Some people have turned up at University Hospital demanding emergency attention for paper cuts and broken false nails.
The pain of paper cuts has been exaggerated in the media and by popular mythology.
Blu Dot's Web site calls these products "functional origami without the paper cuts." Each piece is made of powder-coated steel and comes in gray, white and red.
The budding director filmed Paper Cuts, a 55-minute movie, in just six days - and on a budget of only pounds 60.
West Midlands Ambulance Service bosses say they are struggling to cope as more people are dialling 999 to report minor injuries such as stubbed toes, nose bleeds and paper cuts.
Some call were for injuries as minor as paper cuts and nose bleeds.