• Bronson M. Cutting

    Bronson M. Cutting

    Bronson Murray Cutting (June 23, 1888 – May 6, 1935) was a United States Senator from New Mexico. A Republican, he had also been a newspaper publisher and military attaché.

  • Cutting


    Cutting is the separation or opening of a physical object, into two or more portions, through the application of an acutely directed force.

  • John Cutting (psychiatrist)

    Dr. John Charles Cutting, who writes as Dr. John Cutting (and variations), is a British psychiatrist specialising in schizophrenia research. He has written a number of books, and articles and reviews in professional journals, on the subjects of psychiatry, clinical psychology, schizophrenia and the functioning of the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain.

  • Maharashtra Sugarcane Cutting and Transport Workers Union

    Maharashtra Sugarcane Cutting and Transport Workers Union, a trade union at the sugarfields of Maharashtra, India. MSCTWU is affiliated to the Centre of Indian Trade Unions. The president of the union is Dr. D.L. Karad.

  • The Cutting Edge

    The Cutting Edge

    The Cutting Edge is a 1992 American romantic comedy film directed by Paul Michael Glaser and written by Tony Gilroy. The plot is about a very rich, spoiled figure skater (played by Moira Kelly ) who is paired with an injury-sidelined ice hockey player (played by D. B. Sweeney ) for Olympic figure skating. Competing at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, they have a climactic face off against a Soviet pair. The film was primarily shot in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

  • Mental Cutting Test

    The Mental Cutting Test is a measure of spatial visualization ability (MCT) (CEEB,1939) first developed for a university entrance examination in the USA.

  • Ice cutting

    Ice cutting is a winter task of collecting surface ice from lakes and rivers for storage in ice houses and use or sale as a cooling method. Rare today, it was common before the era of widespread mechanical refrigeration and air conditioning technology. The work was done as a winter chore by many farmers and as a winter occupation by icemen. Kept insulated, the ice was preserved for cold food storage during warm weather, either on the farm or for delivery to residential and commercial customers with ice boxes. A large ice trade existed in the 19th and early 20th centuries, until mechanical refrigeration displaced it.

  • Sonning Cutting railway accident

    Sonning Cutting railway accident

    The Sonning Cutting railway accident occurred during the early hours of 24 December 1841 in the Sonning Cutting through Sonning Hill, near Reading, Berkshire. A Great Western Railway (GWR) luggage train travelling from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads station entered Sonning Cutting. The train comprised the broad-gauge locomotive Hecla, a tender, three third-class passenger carriages and some heavily laden goods waggons. The passenger carriages were between the tender and the goods waggons.

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