CUT


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AcronymDefinition
CUTSee You There
CUTSee You Tomorrow
CUTCoordinated Universal Time
CUTSee You Then
CUTCentral Unitaria de Trabajadores (Spanish: Confederation of Workers; various locations)
CUTCentral Única dos Trabalhadores (Brazil)
CUTCircuit Under Test
CUTChurch Universal and Triumphant
CUTConsumer Use Tax
CUTContinuous Use Temperature
CUTCable Under Test
CUTControl Unit Terminal
CUTConfederated Union of Workers (Costa Rica)
CUTUnited Labor Central (Chile)
CUTUnitary Workers Central (Paraguay)
CUTCampaign for Unmetered Telecommunications (UK)
CUTCentral Utah Telephone
CUTCoding and Unit Testing
CUTCode and Unit Test
CUTCross Utilization Training
CUTConsumer Use Testing
CUTDr Halo Cut Image (file format extension)
CUTCustomer User Test
CUTIntersection of two direction finding bearings
CUTChina United Telecommunications, Ltd
CUTCarcass, Ultrasound, and Tenderness (cattle breeding program)
CUTChicago Underground Trio (band)
CUTCentral University of Technology (South Africa)
CUTCleveland Union Terminal (Cleveland, OH)
CUTComparable Uncontrolled Transaction
References in classic literature ?
But she did not want to appear unamiable and uninterested, so she had brought forth newspapers, which she spread upon the floor of the gallery, and under Madame Ratignolle's directions she had cut a pattern of the impervious garment.
But it was not so; in the evening poor Skye brought them back again, one by one in her mouth; not the happy little things that they were, but bleeding and crying pitifully; they had all had a piece of their tails cut off, and the soft flap of their pretty little ears was cut quite off.
Relentless, remorseless, it was; all his protests, his screams, were nothing to it-- it did its cruel will with him, as if his wishes, his feelings, had simply no existence at all; it cut his throat and watched him gasp out his life.
Zermatt gossip darkly hints that the elder Taugwalder cut the rope, when the accident occurred, in order to preserve himself from being dragged into the abyss; but Mr.
Knightley had been telling him something about brewing sprucebeer, and he wanted to put it down; but when he took out his pencil, there was so little lead that he soon cut it all away, and it would not do, so you lent him another, and this was left upon the table as good for nothing.
He knelt and with his knife cut the lifeless-looking branch through, not far above the earth.
The Ranger or the Forest, that cuts the foreclaws off our dogs.
One cut with my sea-gully and the HISPANIOLA would go humming down the tide.
But there happening few events of any moment among a people so well united, naturally disposed to every virtue, wholly governed by reason, and cut off from all commerce with other nations, the historical part is easily preserved without burdening their memories.
Take my advice, put on a short coat, and as you seem hardy and strong, go into the woods and cut firewood, which you will sell in the streets.
All round the walls of the cavern there were beds cut out of the solid rock, upon which the nuns slept, and in the middle a light was burning.
Mahomet, finding himself wounded, would have retired out of the battle, and was followed by Peter Leon, till he fell down dead; the Portuguese, alighting from his horse, cut off one of his ears.