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Cutting Corners - Stock Image

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Description

Part of a conceptual series of puns with the word “cut.” “Cutting corners” is an idiom meaning that a job is done cheaply. When corners are cut on a job, it is not thorough and high quality. It is second-rate. Might be useful to a large number of diverse businesses. Might also be useful regarding relationships. Image shows a close-up of silver scissors with signs of use. The scissor blades are literally cutting above the word “above” which appears printed on a piece of white paper. The texture of the printer’s ink is seen in the letters.
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