Cut the Cake

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  • Cut The Cake — For the Average White Band album of the same name, see Cut the Cake (album) Thoroughbred racehorse infobox horsename = Cut The Cake caption = sire = Yamanin Vital grandsire = Sir Tristram dam = Icing On The Cake damsire = Straight Strike sex =… …   Wikipedia

  • cut the cake (to) —  Complete a business deal …   American business jargon

  • Cut the Cake (album) — Cut the Cake Studio album by Average White Band Released June 1975 …   Wikipedia

  • Cut the Cake (horse) — Cut The Cake Sire Yamanin Vital Grandsire Sir Tristram Dam Icing On The Cake Damsire Straight Strike Sex Gelding F …   Wikipedia

  • The Cake (song) — Infobox Single Name = The Cake Artist = Lloyd Banks featuring 50 Cent from Album = Rotten Apple B side = Released = Format = Recorded = Genre = Rap Length = 2:46 Label = G Unit/Interscope Records Writer = Christopher Charles Lloyd, Curtis Jackson …   Wikipedia

  • The Average White Band — playing at The Liquid Room in Edinburgh on 20th May 2008. Gründung 1972 Auflösung 1982 Genre …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Wolfhounds — Pays d’origine Angleterre Genre musical Rock indépendant College rock[1] Années d activité 1985 1990 Labels The Pink Label Idea Records …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cut — 1 /kVt/ verb past tense and past participle cut present participle cutting 1 DIVIDE WITH KNIFE ETC (T) to divide something into two or more pieces using a sharp tool such as a knife: Do you want me to cut the cake? | The thieves had cut the phone …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cut — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 hole/opening made by cutting ADJECTIVE ▪ clean, neat ▪ little, small ▪ long ▪ straight …   Collocations dictionary

  • cake */*/*/ — UK [keɪk] / US noun Word forms cake : singular cake plural cakes 1) [countable/uncountable] a sweet food made by baking a mixture that usually contains sugar, eggs, flour, and butter or oil a chocolate cake a birthday/wedding/Christmas cake a… …   English dictionary

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