chopping block


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a steady wooden block on which food can be cut or diced or wood can be split

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Gwil said: "The idea for The Chopping Block was cooked up in the kitchen of our family farm and the name was actually inspired by the traditional chopping block at the very heart of it.
3bn and putting its iconic Chicken Tonight and Ragu brands on the chopping block.
Celtic great Lubo Moravcik reckons the Englishman's job could be on the line if he loses at Kilmarnock in the last-eight showdown but Mowbray firmly denies his head is anywhere near the chopping block.
CHICAGO, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- TrueChild, a national organization that helps children break through stereotypes so they can be true to themselves and reach their full potential, will host the annual TrueFlavors Celebrity Cook-Off at The Chopping Block Merchandise Mart on Saturday, April 24, 2010 from 6:00 p.
The Tan twins will be going under the knife, and while Connie's preparations included a night of passion with her mystery man, Jayne knows her head's on the chopping block.
Los Angeles city officials will never put the public-employee payroll on the chopping block.
As they explained to the phone company's disappointed reps, the midfielder was only wearing trainers and one slight slip on the grass would not only see Greening out of Albion's next match, but their necks on the chopping block.
How dare she use the plight of those people, whose jobs are on the chopping block as a result of her party's 'efficiency' programme, to get her name in the paper?
A number of shows are potentially on the chopping block as executives decide what programming will be picked up by The CW, the new network scheduled to replace its predecessors in September.
When cutting taxes for the super-rich, politicians knew that they were putting on the chopping block a host of programs that could literally save poor people's lives.
You've escaped the chopping block cut, so I've heard.
The commodity supplemental food program (CSFP), targeted for the chopping block, provides nutritionally balanced boxes of food to about a half-million poor people on a monthly basis.
It's a week before Thanksgiving but Theo is a pro-active turkey and he's not going to the chopping block without a big, fat fight.
If commodity prices fall--and they always do--cuts to public spending (and rollbacks on legally shaky contracts) will likely take place long before politicians sum up the nerve to send payrolls to the chopping block.
ITEM: The Minneapolis Star Tribune for October 2 reports: "So far, Operation Offset has served mainly as a big target for Democratic and Republican leaders trying to protect cherished programs from the chopping block.