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cutes

(kyo͞o′tēz)
n.
A plural of cutis.
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The remote Cutes de Francs, on the eastern fringes of the region is the smallest AOC, being some 400 hectares.
Fergie still wants to stand toe-to-toe, but the wiliness and cutes are missing these days, and all that's left is a flurry of wild swings and a jab which rarely connects.
The movie is good-looking and technically proficient, but its simplistic, cartoonish style, one-size-fits-all plot resolution, and relentlessly feel-good treatment steamroll the complex issues it raises into pancake flatness--resulting in a comedy with a terminal case of the cutes.