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1. The knife easily cut into the cake.
2. The outlines of animals were cut into the rock.
3. The shackles had begun to cut into his ankles.
4. Coloured paper was cut into circles, squares and triangles.
5. His shirt was too small for him and cut into the tender flesh at his armpit.
6. She cut into our conversation several times.
7. The stone is cut into blocks ready for building.
8. The glass cut into her hand.
9. The breast can be cut into portions for grilling.
10. Her hair was stylishly cut into a bob.
11. His voice cut into her thoughts.
12. The wood was cut into large sheets of veneer.
13. Strange letters had been cut into the stone.
14. Don't cut into the story.
15. Chips should be cut into uniform size and thickness.
16. She picked up the knife and cut into the meat.
17. Corn tortillas can be cut into strips, fried until golden, and sprinkled with salt - voila! tortilla chips.
18. The rise in wages cut into the profits of the company.
19. The ship was cut into several pieces in the accident.
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20. Make some pencil guidelines before you cut into the wood.
21. She had her long hair cut into a boyish crop.
22. Terraces were cut into the land; seedlings were planted.
23. Cool at room temperature and cut into squares.
24. Drain well and cut into quarters.
25. Retirement celebrations and cut into their retirement cake.
26. Dot the apples with butter cut into small pieces.
27. Peel the orange and cut into segments.
28. Cut into 8 wedges. Place on cookie sheet.
29. Leslie lightens her hair and has now had it cut into a short, feathered style.
30. The other house got old and shabby, and that cut into the value.
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