cut-out


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cut-out

[ˈkʌtaʊt] N
1. (= paper, cardboard figure) → recorte m, figura f recortada; (child's, for cutting out) → recortable m, diseño m para recortar
2. (Elec) (= switch) → cortacircuitos m inv, automático m (Mech) → válvula f de escape
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Summary: Thirukovilur (Tamil Nadu) [India], Dec 10 (ANI): Five people were injured on Thursday when a giant cut-out of Tamil actor Ajith collapsed during the 'paal abhishekam' (pouring milk on the cut-outs) ceremony.
The British Transport Police trial started earlier this month with a cardboard cut-out at Boots in Queen Street, Glasgow.
Just before his departure from Nice in 1943, Matisse had picked up a pair of scissors and cut out an image of Icarus falling, black against a dark blue sky punctured by cut-out stars--or perhaps shell bursts.
For a chance to win tell me which cut-out I ran away with on my video at www.people.co.uk.
Hamed said she glued four cut-out photos on top of each other in her dE[umlaut]coupage series.
government, show al Qaeda fighters practicing school attacks in classrooms filled with cut-out targets of teachers and students, the New York Post reports.
Michael, ND, Francis "Mutsey" Belile and his wife Irene made arrangements for me to meet one of the adherents of the Cut-Out art form, Mrs.
Up for discussion - this pearl cut-out dress with hanging gems that she wore to a dinner to celebrate the premiere.
Over-sized cut-out snails will be hidden on an adventure trail across Mermaid Quay from 11am on Saturday, May 22.
During Sunday's show,presenters drove second-hand cars at a cardboard cut-out of Mr Brunstrom as part of a brake test.
During the final decade of his long career, Matisse set the seal on his life's work through a radically new art form: the paper cut-outs. In response to a suggestion made by the publisher Teriade in 1942 that he should do an illustrated album in colour, Matisse decided--following on from his cover design for Cahiers d'Art of 1936--to elevate the paper cut-out from serving just as an aid in the gestation of the work to acting as the actual medium out of which the designs for the stencil prints of the album, finally called Jazz, were created.