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cu·tin

(kyū'tin),
A specially prepared, thin, animal membrane used as a protective covering for wounded surfaces.
[L. cutis, skin]

cutin

(kū′tĭn) [L. cutis, skin]
A wax that combines with cellulose to form the cuticle of plants.
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Single beam systems miss cut-ins and lose track of targets on curves.
Merchandising services include: Planogram execution; compliance and continuity of merchandising; rollouts, resets and recalls; remerchandising/movement or relocation of product; new product categories and item cut-ins; new store sets and product placement; assembly of merchandise, fixtures and displays; graphic and P.O.P.
The Eckerd stores have been getting new planograms since winter and receiving timely new product cut-ins. Circulars for the Brooks and Eckerd stores have been largely identical since January.
Local newscasts will provide generous election coverage, with regular cut-ins during prime-time network coverage of the presidential race.
* Merchandising services, which include new item cut-ins, point-of-purchase placement, regular coverage, category resets and display building.
* Single gun SRV 029: Designed for cut-ins, it outperforms other guns in difficult-to-reach areas.
Channel 5 showed good taste with fewer cut-ins but many crawls (moving across the lower part of the screen) with local information and phone numbers.
The main channel, I-NET, is available to all the Latin American markets the network serves, and provides an overview of international sports untouched by local cut-ins.
That live visual image appeared on three other Honolulu television stations throughout the day, with coverage ranging from periodic cut-ins to sustained live news reports that pre-empted regular programming.
* In Ft Myers, WXKB, WJPT, WRXK and WWCN simulcast coverage from TV partner "NBC TV2" WBBH-TV with local cut-ins from Beasley's own team.
"Because of this, there was a need for someone to handle what I refer to as 'retail detail'--new item cut-ins, planogram maintenance, installations, signage placement.
NEW YORK-- Numerous studies suggest that improved execution of such retail merchandising initiatives as category resets, new item cut-ins and maintenance of planogram integrity can yield improved sales.