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The system can also recognize this and will inform the driver of the impending stoppage.

Security upgrades, work stoppages and company statements had little effect at the Windsor facility.

In 2019, there were more work stoppages involving 1,000 or more employees than in any other year since 2001.

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That wasn’t workers’ only concern, though—a massive international work stoppage followed in November 2018, centering on sexual harassment and discrimination at the company.

With desperation gripping the hosts, the Spirit kept its composure, slowed the pace and drained six minutes of stoppage time.

The stoppage was observed by 140 union members, according to the Daily Telegraph including gardeners, waiters, cooks and valets.

Augustus Theodore Brammel heard of the stoppage whilst he was at breakfast, sipping chocolate; and greatly he rejoiced thereat.

In some of the mines a few hours' stoppage was a serious matter, as it would cost the proprietor as much as 70l.

In his speech during the discussion on the address, Mr. Sharman Crawford had threatened to move the stoppage of supplies.

Here there was a stoppage; there a break; and the length of road which we occupied far exceeded marching order.

There was no hesitation, no stoppage in their service; under the dominance of mind these passive forces became active auxiliaries.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stoppage, such as: blockage, closure, cut off, interruption, layoff, and lockout.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.