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    1. "If he didn't have a starship to cut up, he could never afford it; but it is fast


    2. "Yeah, but do you think I am forcing her dead body to twitch using electrical impulses? Do you think if you cut me open you would find some crystal implanted in Tdesi's head?"


    3. Berith is derived from a root word which means "to cut," and hence a covenant is a "cutting," with reference to the cutting or dividing of animals into two


    4. Again, I am not telling you to cut this stuff out completely but be aware of how often you are consuming it


    5. Cut down on tea, coffee and alcohol


    6. Cut the crap! Cut the crap out of your life! Reduce it


    7. Cut the crap out of your life and it will increase your energy


    8. regular basis can cut their risk of heart disease by up to half


    9. cut off, thou shall see it


    10. Here are a few jokes from the west where it is not unusual to cut jokes around religious leaders and mythological figures


















































































    1. “We had Theo and Vera on our show before,” Becca cuts in


    2. Also avoid breathing or getting on cuts


    3. Boric acid powder is an excellent, safe (do not ingest! Keep away from cuts, wear gloves) control of roaches inside the home if used correctly


    4. 'Man cuts out tattoo after split with girlfriend' Maybe


    5. He cuts the rest of the raw meat of the fish into thin strips, hands a piece to John, puts some in his mouth


    6. Ricci cuts his song short and comes quietly over to the bed


    7. Suddenly, Majeed lays on the horn as a motorcycle cuts him off


    8. He veers left, then right, then left again, losing control as he cuts over the median into oncoming traffic


    9. Unperturbed, Ricci cuts across the highway median and peels out, slinging sand and gravel, speeds back in the other direction


    10. Then suddenly, my attention cuts to a bloodcurdling scream that pierces above the chatter of the crowd


















































































    1. Berith is derived from a root word which means "to cut," and hence a covenant is a "cutting," with reference to the cutting or dividing of animals into two


    2. It didn’t help that he kept cutting off any potential escape route; he was always just at arms length away


    3. I would dream up the most vivid scenarios of me pulling off his toenails or tying him up in barbed wire or cutting off his penis and shoving it in a knife wound in his side


    4. When we cut the grass and remove it we are cutting off the cycle


    5. Cutting the grass is a very important step


    6. Cutting too short or too long depends upon the type of lawn and the type of lawn mower


    7. conversation with herself, cutting tighter and tighter until we can only see her eyes


    8. "The hillside they were cutting thru was made of them, I perfected this rig over about, let's see, maybe ten decades, maybe only four, but it was a length of time


    9. The pitch of Marat’s voice was sharp and angular, cutting through the thick prison


    10. move dodges with cutting off a limb


















































































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    Synonyme für "cut"

    cut cutting cutting off undercut baseball swing swing cold shoulder snub gash deletion excision track stinger cut of meat slash slice geld edit edit out dilute reduce thin thin out abbreviate abridge contract foreshorten shorten cut off bring down cut back cut down trim trim back trim down prune rationalise rationalize disregard ignore issue make out write out switch off turn off turn out tailor burn curve sheer slew slue swerve trend veer hack skip shortened thinned weakened slashed mown emasculated gelded trimmed fashion form garb kind stamp mode sort style incision rent channel stab pierce nip passage penetrate score scratch claw incise lance insult hurt move slight touch wound haggle chisel bisect dissect mangle rive carve shave crop truncate lop lop off harvest mow reap snip clip pare shear intersect cross