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Cut Out

To refuse to clear a transaction. See also: Clearing house, Settlement, Fail.

cut out

The deletion or withholding of a trade from clearance.
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Ads ran throughout the week to accompany the buttons and cut outs.
On-premise materials include wall decorations, table tents, pennants, imprint banners and cut outs.
In the mural-scale 1972 Big Cobalt Violet, the climax of this phase, Matisse's cut outs seem to have collided with the Cornish coastline, and the marriage is a dazzling affair.
Additional improvements include a traffic signal interconnect from the San Diego Freeway (I-5) to Trabuco Road, coordinated street signals, ornamental street lights, new 18-foot-wide parkways, and bus cut outs with enhanced shelters and arbor structures.
Tenders are invited for over hauling, servicing, replacing and rewinding of various capacity pump sets and power control main switches, starters, fuse cut outs, protection thermal over load relays & repairing of tanker filing stations of various pumping stations under electrical & mechanical section, eamc-v, o&m dn xv, chandanagar
Matisse used cut outs as part when designing murals, but in the last few years of his life he turned to them to create smallish artworks, finding cut outs resolved "the eternal conflict of drawing and colour".