cut along


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cut along

vb
(intr, adverb) informal Brit to hurry off
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Cut along with the delight in the new conception came a weariness.
All right, then I'll cut along," Tom said, and he wore a relieved air.
As soon as Tom was back we cut along the path, around the garden fence, and by and by fetched up on the steep top of the hill the other side of the house.
We just twist up Chancery Lane, and cut along Holborn, and there we are in four minutes' time, as near as a toucher.
He cut along in his best pedestrian style and I found myself let in for a spell of severe exercise at eleven o'clock at night.
The group filed the petition noting that more than 23 trees had already been cut along Magsaysay Avenue.
Cut along the line keeping the shears parallel to it at all times.
The model features new headlights and a large trapezoidal grille with upper and lower openings, larger wheel arch bulges, a deeper surface cut along the lower surface of the doors, as well as squared-off side window openings, while the rear features three-dimensional LED tail lights and interiors with a Myvi-style high-mounted gear-lever sited next to the air-conditioning controls.
Get a pair of scissors and cut along the dashed line on the opposite page.
Then cut along the front edge of the sink and up the opposite side.
Autumnal colours are best Double sided tape | Scissors | Your collected leaves | Crayons (optional) | INSTRUCTIONS: | Cut along the card to the width |you would like (if you have lots of big leaves you may want it wider than if you have smaller leaves).