Difference between revisions of "Cut"

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For a good example, see the poem ''Charlie Collingwood's Flogging''.
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(For a good example, see the poem ''Charlie Collingwood's Flogging''.)
 
* A ''cut'' can refer to the style or shape of a [[garment]].
 
* In [[corporal punishment]], especially when the implement is hard and thin like a [[cane]] or [[switch (implement)|switch]], the individual strikes are sometimes called ''cuts''. This usage may be British English. For a good example, see the poem ''[[Charlie Collingwood's Flogging]]'' by [[Algernon Charles Swinburne]].
 
* In [[film]], ''cut'' refers to the joining of camera takes into a longer film.