The president has long seemed to draw more sympathetic coverage than Romney, but cutter denies that the media favor either side.
cutter became a media star and dispatched the utterly unfair blame leveled at her during the 2004 Kerry effort.
A graduate of Smith College and Georgetown Law School, cutter, 43, has climbed the political ladder one rung at a time.
When New York Times reporter Mark Leibovich sat down with cutter at the Chicago headquarters, he began by saying, “How are you?”
The cutter does not need all the sizes because they can grade it without a pattern for each size.
"That canoe may not belong to the cutter," said the captious seaman.
It is intended for two; won't you step out of the sleigh into the cutter?
Darrin gave the order to lower a cutter, instructing Ensign Phelps to go along and haul in that glowing object.
The cutter imitated this manoeuvre, and the boat of the wreck went last.
A similar delay on the part of the cutter ensued as before, and a similar advantage was gained by the dug-out.
late 12c., "one who cuts" in any sense, agent noun from cut (v.). As a type of small, single-masted vessel, from 1762, earlier "boat belonging to a ship of war" (1745), perhaps so called from the notion of "cutting" through the water.