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cut v[PT] I believe the cut-throater - he was cut-throater an' header, both of it.He worked that knife - there's a certain way you can cut the head off a fish that you won't cut a bone.YesJ. D. A. WIDDOWSON JUL 1973Used I and SupUsed I and Sup3Not Usedcut off (the linnet/twine), cut out (a young seal), cut-tail, cut-throat(er), cut-off, cut pole, cutwater, cut tails, cut throatsChecked by Jordyn Hughes on Mon 04 Jul 201

Topics: English language--Dialects--Newfoundland and Labrador
Year: 1973
OAI identifier: oai:collections.mun.ca:elrcdne/18076
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