Cookie Cutter

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Referring to a sharply circumscribed, or punched-out appearance with scalloped, vertical margins
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If a company has human underwriters, it makes sense to use their valuable thinking skills beyond cookie-cutter accounts.
It has, however, produced a positive impact on participating officers that was sorely lacking with previous cookie-cutter community policing efforts.
Viewed from below, the cookie-cutter is almost invisible.
Maybe it's because we're all seasoned musicians and most people prefer the cookie-cutter junk they hear on the radio.
The "Fronteiricos" are made of old metal filing-cabinet drawers filled with hardened wax, onto which the artist inserted cookie-cutter forms in corrugated metal foil, often shaped to the contours of the map of Brazil.
Thought you were getting a park like Klamath only to have Skatewave show up with a bunch o: over-priced cookie-cutter obstacles?
The big fish darts up for the kill--only to be bitten itself by the smaller predator called a cookie-cutter shark.
Nur Du is a string of visual one-liners about the American West, primarily California, ranging from Hollywood films to sushi take-out containers and hairdressers who give a string of beauties cookie-cutter dos.
This was not your standard cookie-cutter renovation," says General Manager, Laura Santoni-Pichardo.
It seems this (ATEAM) framework is based on a cookie-cutter design for someone who gets married in their 20s, which isn't realistic anymore .
Unlike the bulk of today's equally revered circuit DJs, who have a tendency to create one seamless mix after another with cookie-cutter tracks, Levan prided himself on playing a variety of sounds.