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Shutdown

1. See: Government shutdown.

2. See: Liquidation.

3. See: Lockout.
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A Gas Plant being constructed in a residential area on Borno Way, Ebute Metta was also shut for not being approved, while another four-storey building at 9 Coates Street, Ebute Metta was shut down for adding the fourth floor without approval.
For public security reasons, upon the instructions of the National Telecommunications Commission and the Philippine National Police, we will temporarily shut down mobile phone services in Quiapo, Manila and along the route of the Black Nazarene procession on Monday, January 9,' Telecom company Smart said in a statement.
Suncor Energy, located some 25km north of Fort McMurray, said as a precaution it shut down its main oil sands mine operations at it Millennium and North Steepbank mines, with a combined 320,000 b/d capacity, although the operations were safe.
Mehmet Demirci, owner of the now-closed Bolu Havadis newspaper, stated that several municipal officials came early on Thursday morning in order to shut down the paper's activities.
Division of Occupational Safety and Health inspectors shut down work Monday because of concerns that the hillside could collapse on workers.
Last year, Tembec shut down 20 per cent of their operations because of blockades by Aboriginal peoples.
Paper breaks, high vibration levels, short component lives, and poor shut down performance are seldom related only to maintenance or only to operations.
Instead of insisting that the plants have heat-protected mechanical systems in place that will shut down reactors automatically in case of fire, which is the current standard, the Bush Administration would actually let the power companies rely on workers to run through the plants and try to turn off the reactors by hand while parts of the facilities are engulfed in flames.
that was shut down by Bishop Michael Ingham of New Westminster has vowed to keep his congregation going even though it has lost its official status with the Anglican Church of Canada.
Toronto, asking to liquidate operations in Ontario and Quebec and to shut down as a corporate entity.
The enormous electrical blackout on Thursday, August 14, 2003 shut down just about everything--including air conditioning, air and rail travel, cellular and telephone access, and Internet services--in what's been referred to as the largest power blackout in history to hit the northeastern U.
Before the site shut down, principals at Las Virgenes Unified School District had previously ordered a block against the site on all campus computers.