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Certainly the Suez Canal is one of them, and the current blockage shines a spotlight on the costs even a few days of stoppage can create.
From enclosed zoos to open savannahs, the stoppage of travel affected the animals we like to watch and feed.
The letters asked that Davis send notices to teachers informing them that any action like a strike — including a work stoppage, which would include teachers who are supposed to be teaching in-person staying remote — is unlawful.
The players also will meet separately to decide how long the stoppage lasts.
Now, with the tourist business resuming after a devastating pandemic stoppage, each guest exists on an even higher plane.
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.

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