Meaning Cuttings
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Small pieces of rock that break away due to the action of the bit teeth. Cuttings are screened out of the liquid mud system at the shale shakers and are monitored for composition, size, shape, color, [..]
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A cut of a plant from which another can be grown
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A technique for propagating plants in which a piece of the source plant is cut away and then placed in a growing medium. The cutting becomes independent of the source plant.
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 A method of propagation using sections of stems, roots or leaves.
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A portion of a plant (stem, root or leaf) taken to propagate a new plant.
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A method of propagating a plant by cutting a portion of the plant. The cutting is then placed in a growing medium until roots form
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  One way to reproduce a plant without having to grow it from a seed, is to cuttings, frequently by cutting off a stem from the parent plant and simply sticking it back into a glass of water, with or [..]
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segments cut from parent plants for growing elsewhere. Cuttings grow best from sunside shoots or branches with two nodes each. They are planted with the top bud just clear of the soil.
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The fragments of rock dislodged by the bit and brought to the surface in the drilling mud. Cuttings samples can be analyzed by geologists to obtain information about the formations drilled. One of the [..]
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A journalist's collection of published print work. Also known as clips and sometimes presented as a portfolio.
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Rock chippings cut from the formation by the drill bit, and brought to the surface with the mud. Used by geologists to obtain formation data.
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Rock chips cut from the formation by the drill bit, and brought to the surface with the mud. Used by geologists to obtain formation data.
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A journalist’s collection of published print work. Also called clips or portfolio.
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A journalist’s collection of published print work. Also known as clips and sometimes presented as a portfolio.
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stories cut from newspapers or magazines; cuttings job is an article based on cuttings; also known as clips or clippings
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Solid material removed from drilled rock together with any solids and liquids derived from any adherent drilling fluids
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Spoils left by conventional drilling with hollow stem auger or rotary drilling equipment.
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Spoils left by conventional drilling with hollow stem auger or rotary drilling equipment.
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Rock chips from the bedrock formation that are cut by the drill bit during borehole drilling and brought to the surface with drilling fluids or air.   Deviated
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Small pieces of rock that break away due to the action of the bit teeth. Cuttings are screened out of the liquid mud system at the shale shakers and are monitored for composition, size, shape, color, [..]
Source: oilgasglossary.com

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Rock chips cut from the formation by the drill bit, and brought to the surface with the mud, used by geologists to obtain formation data.
Source: marcellus-shale.us

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Rock chips cut from the formation by the drill bit, and brought to the surface with the mud. Used by geologists to obtain formation data.   
Source: adx-energy.com

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Cuttings

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earth and rock removed during a drilling operation to make an exploration or production well. Cuttings are invariably contaminated with oil from drilling fluids (oil-based and other muds).
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Chips and small fragments of rock produced by drilling that are circulated up from the drill bit to the surface by drilling mud.
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Solids which have been dislodged by the drilling bit and brought to the surface in drilling mud.
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Chips and small fragments of rock produced by drilling that are circulated up from the drill bit to the surface by drilling mud.
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Pieces of rock that are displaced by the drill bit as the rock is cut.
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Chips and small rock fragments brought to the surface by the flow of drilling mud as it is circulated and examined by geologists for oil content.
Source: globaloilwatch.com

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Small pieces of rock (ca. 6mm) that break away by the drill bit as it cuts rock in the hole.
Source: investor.serinusenergy.com

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The fragments of rock dislodged by the bit and brought to the surface in the drilling mud. Washed and dried cuttings samples are analyzed by geologists to obtain information about the formations drilled.
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Fragments of soil or rock created by the drilling process (with or without free water). Also called drill cuttings.
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