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a switch that interrupts an electric circuit in the event of an overload

a photograph from which the background has been cut away

a part that is cut out or is intended to be cut out

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He continues to paint and draw, but he has become most well-known for his dynamic usage of colored paper cutout pieces.
Our showbiz journalist Beverley Lyons got in on the act too, and took this cheeky snap with the cutout comic and yesterday's edition of Scotland's No1 paper.
1] Based on existing cutout width of 30", cabinet depth of 23"C 24" and countertop cutout depth of 24"C 25".
Gather and reroll all scraps and cut the same way (you'll have about 25 cutouts total).
The photographs of the aged Matisse working on the cutouts sought likewise to legitimize his work in a medium many saw as a frivolous diversion by emphasizing his ongoing attachment to the sensuous gratifications of art and his undimmed devotion to his craft even as he recovered, once again, from a life-threatening illness.
By 'clothing' cutouts of Aamir Khan, the Congress Vile Parle legislator is wilfully attacking the Censor Board's decision
The cutout is actually a picture of real MBTA Officer David Silen.
In one of them major diameter was aligned in load direction (elliptical cutout 1) and in the other one minor diameter was aligned in this direction (elliptical cutout 2).
She then took matters into her own hands and fashioned a cardboard cutout of Tebow instead.
The 39-year-old said: "I thought it was hilarious when I heard about the cutout.
Seeing double: Alan Titchmarsh grabs his cardboard cutout for a quick getaway from a B&Q store in Birmingham.
He said: "It has stopped shoplifting at the Co-op and the cutout has now been moved into the Post Office.
29 May 2009 - Recently released data shows that, besides the decline in US pork cutout value since mid-April caused by the global H1N1 scare, more surprisingly the decline in beef cutout values was even more dramatic.
FIGHTING BACK: A cardboard cutout officer stands guard, left, as police talk to people about the dangers, left and below, and explain to them how purse bells can work to prevent thefts Pictures by IAN COOPER
In others, a cutout of an immigrant woman and her child roamed, unaware, near officers.