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  • Cut to the chase - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    cut to the chase Sl. to focus on what is important; to abandon the preliminaries and deal with the major points. All right, let's stop the idle chatter and cut to the ...

  • Home - Cut & Chase, York

    Cut & Chase - a new bar and restaurant in York city centre. Bringing you honest British food made with Yorkshire's finest ingredients. Plus great choice of cocktails ...

  • Chase Bank - Credit Card, Mortgage, Auto, Banking Services

    Chase Bank provides credit cards, mortgages, commercial banking, auto loans, investing & retirement planning, checking and business banking.

  • 'Cut to the chase' - the meaning and origin of this phrase

    Cut to the chase Meaning. Get to the point - leaving out unnecessary preamble. Origin. This phrase originated in the US film industry. Many early silent films ended ...

  • Cut to the chase - Wikipedia

    Cut to the chase is a phrase that means to get to the point without wasting time. The saying originated from early Film studio's silent films. It was a favorite of ...

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