Examples of shutoff in a Sentence
the utility company threatened them with the shutoff of electricity if the bills weren't paid
Recent Examples of shutoff from the Web
But Buerkle said requiring either a stringent carbon monoxide emissions standard or a shutoff valve would trigger a lengthy rule-making process that could take years to finalize.
No other city, outside of Fairhope, is planning a mandatory water shutoff.
Letters went out to customers warning them of the errors and preventing shutoffs.
Emergency crews were called to the stop just after 11:35 a.m. when a man fell on the tracks, requiring the shutoff of power on the line, according to police, citing preliminary information.
And as for volatility, Toyota has given the fuel tanks all sorts of reinforcements and an automatic shutoff in the event of a mishap, although gasoline is fairly flammable as well.
From 2.1 to 3.6 gigawatts of wind power facing shutoff threat If hurricane hovers, power could be affected for a week One of the worst things that can happen to a wind farm is too much wind.
Many man overboard alarms have an engine shutoff capacity (most are in the $400 range), and Dzugan advises not going out on deck alone without telling someone, especially at night.
The Free Press reported in April that 17,995 households were eligible for shutoffs, a drop from 24,302 customers in 2016.
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First Known Use of shutoff
arrest, arrestment, cease, cessation, check, close, closedown, closure, conclusion, cutoff, discontinuance, discontinuation, end, ending, expiration, finish, halt, lapse, offset, shutdown, stay, stop, stoppage, surcease, termination;
Definition of shut off
- shut off from the rest of the world
- shuts off the oxygen supply
- shut the motor off
- shuts off automatically
Examples of shut off in a Sentence
threatened to shut off peace talks if the other side kept making unreasonable demands
shut off the computer to save electricity
Recent Examples of shut off from the Web
Meadors allegedly ordered Ramsey-Guy to shut off the water to Thomas' cell.
Prosecutors say Meadors ordered Ramsey-Guy to shut off the water.
In a nod to this reality—and out of fear of massive social unrest—city officials have said that townships and informal settlements will be exempted from Day Zero plans to shut off water mains.
While the Marines' main building is not elevated, the unit has the ability to shut off electricity to the first floor while keeping it on for the second, third and fourth floors.
May 1, 2018, is the last day households can apply for benefits unless the household is utility heated and has a shut off notice for its primary source of heat.
Many of the electrical issues were accompanied by reports of fires and requests for PG&E to respond to the scene or restore or shut off power.
Begin by turning the thermostat all the way down to shut off the heating system.
According to the arrest report, Elaine King had gone into the house to shut off the alarm.
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