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  • noun Plural form of cutline.

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Examples

  • And—this is a technical but important point—the cutlines around the hood, doors, trunk, front and rear bumper clips and rear-deck spoiler all connect with a crease or synch up with some datum to accentuate the larger piece of sculpture.

    Audi's Brilliant A7: Fastback to the Future

  • Audi The cutlines around the hood, doors, trunk, front and rear bumper clips and rear-deck spoiler all connect with a crease or synch up with some datum to accentuate the larger piece of sculpture.

    A Next-Generation Audi

  • I was reading, editing and cutting stories; writing headlines and cutlines called captions in the real world, and cutting stories to fit.

    Working the rim

  • I edit local and wire copy at the local newspaper; I write headlines; I write cutlines they're called captions by non-newspaper folk.

    Desk set

  • I'll edit stories, cut copy, write headlines and cutlines called captions in the real world.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • A layout person (called a paginator in newspaper parlance) lays out the paper, and rim guys call up stories, edit and cut them, and write headlines and cutlines (called captions in the real world).

    Working the rim

  • I edit local and wire copy at the local newspaper; I write headlines; I write cutlines they're called captions by non-newspaper folk.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • A layout person (called a paginator in newspaper parlance) lays out the paper, and rim guys call up stories, edit and cut them, and write headlines and cutlines (called captions in the real world).

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • If the tool works as designed, you should be able to avoid common drywall missteps, including torn paper and wandering cutlines, not to mention injuries.

    International Builders' Show Product Preview: Blade Runner Drywall Cutter

  • I edited local and wire copy; I wrote headlines; I wrote cutlines they're called captions by non-newspaper folk.

    What I do, take two

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