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“At the edge of one stack of timber is a squared piece of wood with a hand-cut mortise and tenon, the traditional joint used in many Japanese buildings.”
“The ice is hand-cut, and staff are happy to tailor-make drinks for the undecided.”
“There are two master baths, one with a mosaic of a peacock made from hand-cut Italian stone.”
“The account was Mr. Poindexter's own, a fascinating and already-well-written tale about llamas and hand-cut adobe.”
“The butterfly—thousands of which he has individually fashioned and hand-cut from vinyl records and from flattened cans—is his principal subject.”
“Salty hand-cut French fries that we dipped in fresh yogurt instead of ketchup.”
“High-end cocktail bars are shaking, stirring and serving their $18 drinks with dense, extra-large cubes, hand-cut shards and spheres.”
“Next time, make sure to order a burrito named for one of the regulars with their hand-cut french fries.”
“My favourite is Alfie's, which serves generous portions of fresh-battered cod with crisp hand-cut Maris Piper chips at £5 a go, but for a real taste of the sea, head for Nicky Tattershall's popular shellfish shop and cafe.”
“Scott, 25, wore a Vera Wang strapless gown and a mantilla veil with hand-cut Chantilly lace appliqué.”
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