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Gynaecology A person who performs illegal abortions
Molecular biology An enzyme that cuts double-stranded DNA in specific places
Psychiatry A person, more often female, who causes self injury in the form of razor cuts, slashes with hot knives, and other mentally cathartic acts; there are said to be up to 2 million cutters in the US, who may be recognised by cross-hatched scars in various place on their bodies, depression, distrust of others
Risks Scars, suicide, blood loss, infection—e.g., HIV—death
Surgery Slang for a surgeon

cutter

Self-mutilator Psychiatry A person, more often ♀, who causes self injury in the form of razor cuts, slashes with hot knives, and other mentally cathartic acts; there are said to be up to 2 million cutters in the US Clinical Cross-hatched scars, depression, distrust of others Risks Scars, suicide, blood loss, infection–eg, HIV, death. See Self mutilation.
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The gas brush cutter segment dominated the global market with a market share of 62% during 2014.
The Viper RockReamer cutter is secured in place with an internal, protected boss on the top and bottom of the cutter.
The operating principle of cutter cutting cobaltrich crusts with water jet is as follows: cutting force of cutter F and water jet pressure P are applied to the surface of the cobalt crusts at the same time.
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ITEM: In a high-volume rough milling operation on painted steel forgings for automotive suspensions, a Tier I manufacturer tripled edge life by going to tangential milling with a higher-pitch cutter.
LM series provides higher capacities with multiple cutter sets.
A typical block cutter is the CS-3S which is described as fast and versatile and it is claimed to be one of the most accurate slicers ever made.
The company covers a considerable percentage of the Indian market for its products, which includes paper cutting knives, metal shear knives, plastic cutting knives, corrugation (sheet cutter knives), paper mill knives, duplex knives, leather cutting knives, straw cutter knives, rag cutter knives, plannar knives, chipper knives, veneer knives, tobacco knives, knives for packaging and printing industry, knife grinding machines, and surface grinding.
THE CUTTER INCIDENT: How America's First Polio Vaccine Led to the Growing Vaccine Crisis
Simply set a heart-shaped cookie cutter in a shallow bowl and fill the cutter with jam, yogurt, or granola.
When completed, the Coast Guard's new Integrated Deepwater System will include three classes of new cutters and their associated small boats, a new fixed-wing manned aircraft fleet, a combination of new and upgraded helicopters, and both cutter-based and land-based unmanned aerial vehicles.