cutto

cutto

(ˈkʌtəʊ)
n, pl -toes
a large knife
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While the price of the main Google Home speaker isnow [pounds sterling]79(previously [pounds sterling]129.99), the mini will be cutto [pounds sterling]29(previously [pounds sterling]49.99).
The UK government has announced a consultation on theproposals that could see a dramatic cutto the up to 80,000 puppies a year sold in Britain.
Meanwhile Akarus has been cutto 3-1 favouritebythesponsors for Saturday's Tote Classic Chase at Warwick after it was confirmed that Sir Rembrandt is, as expected, to miss the race.
In the 1,000 Guineas, Ladbrokes reported support for Crystal Charm, cutto 20-1 from 25-1, while Saytarra was eased to 20-1 from 16-1