the first assembly of a film following preliminary cutting and editing.
cut into small, irregular pieces (contrasted with
a first edited version of a film with the scenes in sequence and the soundtrack synchronized
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The interior walls are rough-cut ashlar stone, which are dressed at the windows.
The pitched roof was made of rough-cut wooden rafters covered by tin sheets.
Primary building materials are rough-cut granite and concrete.
The building is constructed of rough-cut granite laid in cement mortar in a roughly coursed ashlar pattern.
The building is long and narrow, with a rough-cut limestone foundation, and red brick facades.
All the first stories are of rough-cut brownstone while the upper two stories are constructed of smooth ashlar.
The incoming stock is generally green, rough-cut, and may be owned by the customer or by the remanufacturer.
The exposed roof structure of logs and rough-cut decking provides a rugged appearance on the interior.
The building is constructed of rough-cut limestone, with the west elevation constructed of brick.
The first story consists of rusticated brickwork on a rough-cut limestone foundation.