punch-out


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punch-out

(pŭnch′out′)
n.
A section of material, such as cardboard, that is scored or perforated so that it may easily be pushed out.
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The same fortunate result was achieved by punching holes in thick cardboard, then using the punch-out circles to create a textural surface.
- Display of thumbnail product images: The Vinimaya shopping experience has become even more consumer friendly by supporting the display of available product images in the search results, product comparison, and shopping cart pages regardless of whether the data source is local or punch-out.
"Obviously you feel more comfortable when you have more runs," said Derkowski, who wound up firing a 3-hitter with 9 punch-outs as York held off a fierce rally North Star rally in the bottom of the seventh to prevail 5-3 to earn its first supersectional crown since 2013.
But the more the narrative straightens out into a series of shootouts, punch-outs and car chases, the more monotonous it becomes (especially at 116 minutes).
Metals (punch-outs, shelving brackets, wire, sheets)
The experts at Hammer-Lubeck then created the punch-outs in line with the specifications: window cut-outs which were either round, square or none, depending on the target product.
The Vinimaya vMarketplace is accessible from within any existing e-Procurement system and eliminates the delays, technical challenges, and costs of managing numerous locally hosted supplier catalogs or individual website punch-outs.
* Production waste (off-cuts and punch-outs) of polystyrene with a heat-sealed metallised paper layer.