cut-and-paste

[kuht-n-peyst]
adjective
assembled or produced from various existing bits and pieces: The book purports to be a history but is just a cut-and-paste job of old essays and newspaper clippings.
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Using electronic or traditional cut-and-paste methods, cut out the flags and
  glue them into their correct relative positions.
The e-mails also show officials second-guessing others' judgments, which is a
  lot easier in the cut-and-paste era.
Laptop audio editing did the same thing, giving birth to the mashup and
  cut-and-paste subgenres of music.
However, the nature of e-mail is that it seems to encourage cut-and-paste,
  form-letter hooey.
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