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Synonyms for cutaway

a representation (drawing or model) of something in which the outside is omitted to reveal the inner parts

a man's coat cut diagonally from the waist to the back of the knees

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Effective immediately, Tajima will distribute StitchBackers tearaway, tearaway/washaway and Soft-n-Stable cutaway backings.
Kidron will also be introducing dry freight cutaway bodies to serve dealer markets.
Elizabeth looked exquisite in her beaded Dolce & Gabbana column dress with cutaway back and bow detail and her sleek updo and red lip really added to the old school Hollywood glamour effect.
14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors will offer a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) option for the 2012 Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana cutaway 3500 and 4500 vans.
The game turns every match into a hyperactive duel, complete with slow motion cutaways, sound effects that punctuate big shots and techno-ish music that starts playing when a rally gets started.
Both Floating Clouds and Repast (1951), among other Naruse films, offer cutaways to pairs of men's shoes (Japanese, as is well known, remove their shoes on entry into the home).
To top off the celebration, live cutaways from Club Expo and the PlayStation competition will be featured on the Sony Jumbotron in Times Square during the hours prior to the world famous "ball drop.
A software program analyzes video techniques, such as fade-ins and -outs, cutaways and shifts in camera angles, and detects repetitive scenes before parsing the video into key still images.
This effect, alternately creepy and ironically amusing, combined with David Gallo's set design of oppressive cutaways of skyscrapers and fire escapes, Donald Holder's Edward Hopper-esque lighting and Jon Gottlieb's sound design of rumbling motor cars and far-off snatches of music, casts a suitably metaphysical pall over the encounter.
There were three large openings on vertical pivots; smaller window-sized cutaways placed above eye level or near the base of the wall.
The home -- which has one clear side for peering into rooms, wall cutaways, roofing insulations, and ceilings -- provides a transparent look at Oakwood's efforts to offer a compelling value in the affordable housing market.
On the showroom floor, there are cutaways of real pieces of furniture, to outline the attention to detail that goes into each piece.
Lyne's attempts at visual irony are even clunkier: Lolita's liking for bananas, say, or repeated cutaways to moths frying themselves on a porch lantern while Quilty taunts his rival Humbert.
Located near the rear of the store, one wall shows cutaways of real pieces of furniture and outlines the attention to detail that goes into each piece.
Brushing aside the relentless sanctification this would suggest, the goddess in Roberts's movie is incarnated by porn-star-turned-sex-mystic, Annie Sprinkle, who appears throughout Bubbles in cheesy, trippy cutaways, romping like a plump Aphrodite.