diamond-cutter


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diamond-cutter

[ˈdaɪəməndˌkʌtəʳ] Ndiamantista mf
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It was to be deposited in that city with a famous diamond-cutter, and it was to be cut up into from four to six separate stones.
As they say in some eastern languages, only a diamond-cutter should be allowed to cut the diamonds.
Foran became the Diamond-cutter in the 31st minute when he powered home a header from Danny Murphy's free-kick to break the deadlock.
Mike, 46, was a marble mason and diamond-cutter in London.
Slater never worked as a diamond-cutter; neither did he claim that the small hammer found in his possession was 'necessary for his work in the diamond trade': the witnesses Lambie and Barrowman never admitted that they had 'taken bribes' - neither had they; the victim, Miss Gilchrist, was never exposed as 'not quite the delicate spinster that she had been painted' or shown to have 'frequently received unusual visitors at late hours'.
HE WAS brave, pugnacious, as sharp as a diamond-cutter, and he had bagged the boss's daughter, but the task before the former car salesman with a liking for fat cigars was formidable.
Choosing his words with the precision of a diamond-cutter, he said: "We are aware that the BBC have identified an opportunity to come back."
She also talks to diamond-cutters about just how costly a slip of the hand can be.
When machining SiC ceramics, diamond-cutters (wheels) with diameters ranging from 1mm to 20mm are typically used.
Last year, AMD sold its graphical processors to diamond-cutters in Surat, which helped reduce both the 30-36 hours it takes and the Rs 40 it costs to cut and polish a diamond.
Amsterdam diamond-cutters have an international reputation for high-quality gems.
"Because of space limitations, U-534 will be dismantled into four sections, but by using diamond-cutters we can perhaps later bring it back together again.