cut to

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Related to cut to: cut to the quick
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Verb1.cut to - move to another scene when filming; "The camera cut to the sky"
move - move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion; "He moved his hand slightly to the right"
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`I begun to scream, and the men run to stop the horses, but the belt had sucked him down, and by the time they got her stopped, he was all beat and cut to pieces.
Bonnen also proposed more than $2 billion in cuts to the franchise tax rate, largely through a 25 percent across-the-board cut to that tax.
Don't pick up sheets of plywood and place them on horses every time you have a cut to make.
Every bit of data about every single cut was communicated effectively with those involved in advance to ensure they could move straight from one cut to the next to save as much time as possible.
The Supreme Court lessened the imprisonment terms for the following convicted minor children: S.M.Nuraliev was previously sentenced to 10 years in prison, his term was shortened to 5 years in prison; A.A.Ergashev was sentenced to 9 years in prison, his term was also shortened to 5 years in prison; V.A.Mashrapov was previously sentenced to 20 years, his imprisonment term was cut to 6 years in prison.The Supreme Court cut the imprisonment terms for the following convicted women: L.A.Saidaripova was previously sentenced to 15 years in prison, Z.K.Abdikarimova was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Some regional libraries maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency will permanently shut their doors because of a proposed cut to their funding, agency librarians and former librarians say.
While the tax cuts are certainly laudable, the reality is that federal spending must also be cut to reduce the government's burden on the economy.
5 will then cut to the elbow and read his defender.