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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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6), that the cut-outs become Matisse's indispensable medium.
After the Cut-Out is stitched onto the cloth, leather, or rubber lined baby crib fabrics, the needle goes right through into the final paper bag backing.
While this exhibition could not compete with the Washington-Detroit-St Louis show in terms of scale, it nevertheless included a well-balanced cross-section of works and some rarely seen cut-outs from private collections.
We've put posters in shops but to make more impact we thought we'd use the cut-outs.
Sometimes he mixed the cut-outs with gouache and crayons.
Cheeky staff at Lincoln County Hospital also allegedly rigged one of the 30 life-size cut-outs to shout "Boo" at unsuspecting visitors.
When the cut-outs were pulled back the first of 60 brown wrapped packages could be seen.
Beatrice Coron's Take the A Train is a long sheet of paper with cut-outs showing people in different situations at American tube stations, from those piled up with possessions to a child asking a basketball player for an autograph.
The 36 images in the exhibition are lithographic reproductions of cut-outs which were produced for the French art review Verve, published in 1958, four years after Matisse died.
2--6--Color) Jeri Ryan suits up in the latest looks in swimwear, including, clockwise from above, boy shorts and a halter top by Hot Water, rose print by Anne Klein, blue velvet bikini with sarong by Liz Claiborne, buckle-trimmed two-piece by Liz Claiborne and cut-out design by Anne Klein.
Not the real pneumatically- enhanced version - but a life-sized cardboard cut-out publicising a Win A Date With Jordan competition.
SOLDIER Phil Turner was a cardboard cut-out at his sister's wedding.