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cut off

noun as in stop

verb as in disinherit in will

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Meanwhile, new applications continue to pour in as a September 2014 cut-off date nears.

There is no consensus as to where the cut-off point should be for diagnosing dyslexia.

This would make sense, if there was a cut-off somewhere along the vast “deodorant using—crop dusting” continuum.

More to the point, an aid cut-off could actually increase leverage.

Now, he is pressing the idea of setting the cut-off at 56 in an effort to force more Americans off of Medicare.

Huge populations were in the shallow sandy backwaters and cut-off pools of the Arkansas River.

Figure 274 illustrates the manner of finding essential points in drawing or marking out cut-off cams.

These curved lines embrace a cut-off cam of five-eighths limit, shown complete in Figure 278.

The main valves are connected by a right and left hand screw, to enable their adjustment, as are also the cut-off valves.

They intend going the Salt Lake route from here, but we shall go the Sublett cut-off.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cut-off, such as: cessation, check, discontinuance, discontinuation, halt, and stoppage.

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