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Rough Cut

In film, a stage in the production process in which a movie or television show is nearly complete but requires further editing.
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Three-point finish mowers come in the same cutting deck size as the rough-cut or brush mowers, but they also include some added safety features, such as a shielded and directed discharge of the cut material and a blade designed for fine cutting rather than cutting through thick material.
Chile's Valdivia fest hosts the prestigious rough-cut Austra Lab.
"In a first showing of the rough-cut they have left it to the last minute, and they haven't told him it was going to be shown.
Above, there is a sculpted wall combination of smooth & rough-cut blackstone reflecting the uplighting from below.
From Seared Peppered Tuna with Pickled Cucumber to Italian Wedding Soup; Rough-Cut Cole Slaw with Blue Cheese; Macadamia Chicken with Mango Butter Sauce; Lemon Panna Cotta with Berry Sauce; Spiced Pumpkin Pie with Bourbon Cream; and Chocolate Bowls with Raspberry Sauce, "Amy's Table" offers an amazing variety of gourmet quality dishes and is enthusiastically recommended for both personal and community library cookbook collections.
The crates are made of rough-cut lumber consisting of 2 x 4 and 1 x 4 lumber.
They are currently looking for US suppliers of rough-cut and planes wood in several dimension (1x6, 1x8, 1x10, 1x12, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 2x12, 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, all in 10", 12", 14" and 16" dimensions.
Rough-cut is easily understood and accepted by senior management and by nonengineering functions such as marketing and finance.
A remarkably intimate but also discreet portrait, Eggleston (which I saw at the rough-cut stage) follows the photographer at work and in his down time, when he puts aside one instrument by which he allays anxiety--the camera--to pick up another: the bottle.
The cultures of the stereotypical, rough-cut native French Canadians and the prejudiced townspeople of Big Harbour clash constantiy, displaying routine abrasiveness and underlying distrust on both sides.
The Quik-subsidized 16mm film These Colors Taste Like Music was not finished on its widely advertised due date, but was presented in its rough-cut version anyway.