Definition of Cutovers

1. Noun. (plural of cutover) ¹



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Definition of Cutovers

1. cutover [n] - See also: cutover

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutovers

cutler
cutleries
cutlers
cutlery
cutlet
cutlets
cutline
cutlines
cutling
cutoff
cutoffs
cutose
cutout
cutouts
cutover
cutovers (current term)
cutpoint
cutpoints
cutproof
cutpurse
cutpurses
cutround
cutrounds
cuts bait
cuts down
cuts in
cuts it
cuts off
cuts one's losses

Literary usage of Cutovers

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1. A History of Russian Forestry and Its Leaders by Viktor Konstantinovich Tepli︠a︡kov (1998)
"—On the Typology of Concentrated cutovers in Regard to Changes in the Soil Cover, p. ... —On Fireweed cutovers and Their Restoration (coauthor AA ..."

2. Automatic Telephony: A Comprehensive Treatise on Automatic and Semi by Arthur Bessey Smith, Wilson Lee Campbell (1914)
"... CHAPTER XIII cutovers AND INTERCONNECTIONS OF MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC OFFICES Cutover from a One-office ..."

3. Electric Central Station Distribution Systems: Their Design and Construction by Harry Barnes Gear, Paul Francis Williams (1916)
"142. overs, and cutovers may be made subsequently without disturbing the general scheme or introducing complications. Location of Manholes. ..."

4. Directory of Criminal Justice Information Sources (1993)
"There were about 80 million acres of "cutovers" that continued to be either idle or lacking desirable trees. • The volume of timber cut nationally greatly ..."

5. The Impact of Caller ID (1993)
"The percentages of New Jersey Bell access lines projected to be equipped for CLASS Calling Service through 1993, when all cutovers are scheduled for ..."

6. Renewables in Russia: From Opportunity to Reality by Elena Douraeva, International Energy Agency (2003)
"... and also lands which are temporary not covered, but intended for forest restoration cutovers, burned forests, perished forest stands, open stands, ..."

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