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cutaway

kuh tuh way

  • n  a representation (drawing or model) of something in which the outside is omitted to reveal the inner parts
  • n  a man's coat cut diagonally from the waist to the back of the knees

  • Another ritual the author witnessed: garbed as half man, half woman in a ruffled shirt, cutaway coat, silk hat, and cigar stub, Papa Nebo, an hermaphrodite, wrought mysteries .
  • Bushs body language and sour lemon glances revealed in cutaway shots diminished him.
  • The interior comprises eight stories of open walkways and cutaway walls, punctured with vast circles, triangles and squares that overlook an enclosed promenade.
News & Articles

  • Here's the Columbus Rd. Bridge Floating Down the Cuyahoga River
    From Reddit user notquark, a shot of the now cutaway bridge span being escorted down the Cuyahoga as work continues to replace the bridge, one of the sometimes-working structures that every now and then allows cars to pass over the river when they're not closed or under construction.
    June 13, 2013 - Cleveland Scene
Quotes

  • Patricia Hodge in Worthing Today
    Being a man of the theatre himself, he always felt it would work even better on the stage than on film,Patricia told me. "It is about a group of people and in the theatre you can experience the group instead of cutaway shots all the time."
  • Tadeusz Pacholczyk in Pittsburgh Catholic
    As Father Tad Pacholczyk, director of education at the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia, wrote concerning a similar exhibit: "an exhibit which reveals the human child in utero by a simple cutaway can serve to powerfully remind...

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