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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.
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.
Depending on the amount of open area you need to maintain, you may want to add a rough-cut mower to the mix.
By using rough-cut techniques, we make a conscious trade-off between accuracy and speed.
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.
When soft critique is thrown into the feature mix, it's hard not to think such packages are Faustian bargains with studios, which, in turn, aren't above snagging quotes from these rough-cut reviews to place on their ads.
The workpiece fixture is sequentially pivoted to present rough-cut gasket lengths to the robot for programmed precise cutting and notching operations.
But that's OK with Greyson: "We did rough-cut screenings, and it was great because everyone, without exception, said it took 15, 20, or 30 minutes to figure out how the characters interrelated.
In place of the rough-cut mill lengths buyers once favored, OEM manufacturers increasingly expect finished parts and assemblies from their extrusion processors.
Inside, the living room's fireplace wall captures the most attention with a 16-foot-long free-form walnut mantelpiece and rough-cut Yosemite slate hearth by interior designer Gere Kavenaugh of Los Angeles, a former WHA juror.
Large blanks of rough-cut catalpa share seasoning space in the rafters of his shop with more regal walnut, cherry, and oak, and partially finished carvings perch all over the shop.