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Use "cut-up" in a sentence
"The concept of pandrogyny was, Ms. Breyer P-Orridge said, like a flesh-and-blood version of Beat-era artist Brion Gysin's surrealist creative strategy called the "cut-up.""
"In "The Soft Machine," the protagonist confronts Mayan priests who manipulate the minds of slave laborers, and Burroughs uses the so-called "cut-up" splicing method to jumble the text and disrupt the narrative order."
"Name aside, I Wanna Be Your Man is a brilliantly odd fusion of 50s rock'n'roll and modern production, all scratchy guitars, rib-rattling beats and cut-up vocals."