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hair·cut

 (hâr′kŭt′)
n.
1. The act or an instance of cutting the hair.
2. A style in which hair is cut.
3. Slang A reduction, as in payment or value: "No one gets exactly what he wants from Chapter 11—creditors get a haircut, employees get laid off, and shareholders (usually) get zilch" (New Yorker).

hair′cut′ter n.
hair′cut′ting adj. & n.

haircutting

(ˈhɛəˌkʌtɪŋ)
n
the act of cutting hair
References in classic literature ?
So, he kissed her and went away; and Louisa returned to the serene apartment of the haircutting character, and leaning her elbow on her hand, looked again at the short-lived sparks that so soon subsided into ashes.
com)-- Laara Raynier, the authority on precision haircutting, is coming to Miami to teach an advanced precision hands-on with live models haircutting workshop.
Contract awarded for Purchase of materials for christmas dA(c)cor making, haircut training and candle making for use in the training on christmas dA(c)cor and candle making and training on haircutting of the Provincial Gove
Request info on one-of-a-kind haircutting experience for men & boys, in great theme environment that keeps them coming back.
ISLAMABAD, July 11, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The local barbers in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi charge at their own from the people as there is no specific authority to monitor and checking the rates of the haircutting.
ISLAMABAD, July 11, 2010 (Frontier Star): The local barbers in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi charge at their own from the people as there is no specific authority to monitor and checking the rates of the haircutting.
JEDDAH: The rising number of contagious diseases, such as hepatitis and Aids, has forced many customers to bring their own haircutting equipment to Jeddah's salons.
is appealing to consumers' desire to save money with its home haircutting kits.
At one time, barbers combined shaving and haircutting with bloodletting and pulling teeth.