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    Dec 06,  · Cutting corners at work. Cutting corners is a workplace behaviour characterised by skipping or avoiding steps important to a task, in order to complete the task sooner.
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    cut corners definition: 1. to do something in the easiest, cheapest, or fastest way 2. to do something in the easiest. Learn more.
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    An easier method of cutting crown moulding to get a tight seam for an inside corner is with a coped joint. This technique requires an inexpensive handsaw called a coping saw to remove material in back of the moulding’s leading edge.
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    Cutting corners no doubt makes the job easier for the government, but making the government's job easier is rarely a priority. Preserving the Constitution, fighting off the nibblers and chippers, even nibblers and chippers with good intentions, was once regarded by conservatives as the first duty of the citizen.
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    Synonyms for cut corners at mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.coinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for cut corners.
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    Cutting corners originated in the physical act of going from A to B by the shortest possible route. There are multiple examples from the s. Walking via an untried shortcut was cutting corners. Fox hunting parties on horseback not following the dog pack directly to catch them up were cutting corners. The expression also extended to carriages.