Banks will be smaller after financial crisis, claims UK Santander chief Page 6 Bands founded by jazz great Andy Hamilton to play on after his death at 94 Page 8 Union backlash over plan to cut bank holiday bonus to university staff Page 8 Scheme to role out smartphones to police sees just one per cent of officers get one Page 9 From PA to MD - woman who bought the company she worked for and quadrupled turnover Page 10 Prestigious school of dance to develop a community role Page 22 LETTERS PAGES 26-27 NEIL ELKES PAGE 28 RICHARD McCOMB PAGE 29 BUSINESS VIEW PAGE 30 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PAGE 34-35 LEGAL PAGE 36 FINANCE PAGE 37 PERSONAL FINANCE PAGE 38 MANUFACTURING PAGE 39 SPORT PAGES 47-52
What does CUT stand for?
CUT stands for Cut Bank (Amtrak station code; Cutbak, MT)
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We have 56 other meanings of CUT in our Acronym Attic
- Comparable Uncontrolled Transaction
- Confederated Union of Workers (Costa Rica)
- Consumer Use Tax
- Consumer Use Testing
- Continuous Use Temperature
- Control Unit Terminal
- Coordinated Universal Time
- Cross Utilization Training
- Curtin University of Technology (Australia)
- Customer User Test
- Dr Halo Cut Image (file format extension)
- Intersection of two direction finding bearings
- See You Then
- See You There
- See You Tomorrow
- Unitary Workers Central (Paraguay)
- United Labor Central (Chile)
- Calcutta University Teachers Association
- California Unified Taekwondo Association (martial arts)
- Canadian Urban Transit Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
WA) (LSE: UNC) is looked to wind down its credit securities unit in Russia and Romania, and to cut bank operations in Turkey and Poland, as part of its effort to increase profitability and cut costs, Bloomberg News has reported.
Before that they had lived in Cut Bank and Ouse Street.
Today's photograph shows "the Ouseburn Bridge at the boittom of Cut Bank, Byker, which is to be rebuilt to take heavy loads".
Itwill use the proceeds of the sale to cut bank borrowings.
FIXING THE SYSTEM Exploring this 11,000-acre watershed one morning, I found a Forest Service backhoe "nosing off" a severely cut bank so that straw matting and newly planted grass seed could begin to take hold, stabilizing the bank and slowing the flow.