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cutes

(kyo͞o′tēz)
n.
A plural of cutis.
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The Cutes family are all located on the Right Bank, and represent a collection of junior AOCs.
Although it never quite overcomes a severe case of the cutes, ``Committed'' boasts enough grace notes to earn a mild recommendation.
Movie versions of both ``The World According to Garp'' and ``The Hotel New Hampshire'' came with noticeable doses of the self-satisfied cutes, and there's obviously a reason why filmmakers consistently isolate that aspect of his work.
One of the most bizarre meet cutes enfolds in the opening of the film: Mina (Rohrwacher) and Jude (Adam) are accidentally locked inside the lavatory of a Chinese restaurant in New York.
The overdose of the cutes in Alan Parker's lively burlesque of Prohibition gangster movies isn't fatal.
There are a few more meet cutes where Ms Tramwell is portrayed as a clumsy but smart woman and in between these run- ins, she finds out that Cross owns plenty of businesses and the building in which her office is located.