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a kitchen utensil used to cut a sheet of cookie dough into desired shapes before baking

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A cookiecutter shark preys on dolphins and other marine mammals and fishes.
The bites of a cookiecutter shark (Isistius brasiliensis), also known as cigar shark, are fatal though its body is smaller than that of other shark species but has the largest teeth which it uses to take round chunks out of larger marine creatures, according to the Media.
Such ideas are welcoming to teacher-librarians because they open the doors of the scripted curriculum again to creativity, joy in exploration, the arts, real information, and the best literature as a way to open the minds of children rather than trying to produce minimal cookiecutter robots.
They will relocate residents to a new neighborhood, one built from the ground up: rows of cookiecutter houses stamped from the virgin land further east--a planned parcel of houses, a little Levittown, a commodified and exported slice of the American Dream.
Along with widely available fluted round and square cookie cutters, we used a snowflake cookie-cutter set from Off the Beaten Path ($12; cookiecutter.
Occurrence of the cookiecutter shark Isistius brasiliensis in surface waters of the North Pacific Ocean.
Some sharks, such as the cookiecutter shark (Isistius brasiliensis), swallow their teeth in order to ingest an additional calcium resource.
DALATIIDAE (Kitefin Sharks) Dalatias licha (Bonnaterre, 1788) Kitefin shark Isistius brasiliensis (Quoy and Gaimard, 1824) Cookiecutter shark Isistius plutodus Garrick and Springer, 1964 Bigtooth cookiecutter shark, Largetooth cookie-cutter shark Squaliolus laticaudus Smith and Radcliffe, 1912 Spined pygmy shark, Pygmy shark CENTROPHORIDAE (Gulper Sharks) Centrophorus cf.
Prior to moviemaking, Iscove cut his teeth on choreography, apprenticing under Michael Bennett; but the dancing here (choreographed by Travis Payne), while accomplished, consists of the same cookiecutter gyrations seen in countless contemporary musievideos.
Richter's achievement, when considered in full, should more than offset the cookiecutter, by-the-yard collector's chic that too often seems his stock-in-trade.
The chain does not follow a cookiecutter approach in configuring the departments, however.
Teams of carpenters, painters, and roofers would come in staggered intervals and do the same task to each house in the subdivision, Painting crews were divided up by the color of paint they were painting on the exact same cookiecutter houses that made up the development.