Free your man by sending him and another player to the crease; if one crease defender is playing with a short stick, try to pick and re-pick until the "shut
off" player is being guarded by the short-stick defender.
Chartered psychologist and stress expert Robert Westlake said some people go missing because part of their brain shuts
down when they feel under intense pressure, creating a type of memory loss that shuts
out the problem, along with parts of their identity.
Current regulations require plants to maintain two sets of electrical circuitry that enable the reactor to shut
down automatically in an emergency.
However it is the only church that has been shut
down because unlike the others, it relies on funding from the diocese.
"Each time another company shuts
down operations and moves work to China, Mexico, or any other country, it has a ripple effect on the wages of every other worker in that industry"--in other words, accelerating the "race to the bottom."
The idling of West Coast capacity shut
down as much as 30 to 40 percent of the U.S.
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This solution allows the controller to sense an under-voltage condition and shut
down the equipment in a controlled fashion.
'I thought it looked very striking because of its colour and I got talking to somebody there who told me that it was from the film Eyes Wide Shut
. This was a couple of years ago before we even had a hotel in Birmingham, but I thought it would look great in the next hotel we developed.'
Shores Health and Rehabilitation Center will shut
down in June, officials with Mariner Post-Acute Network reported.
India's capital was shut
down even tighter than the American cities; crowds of rock throwers targeted policemen, not just fast-food restaurants.
GLASGOW: Most council buildings, including City Chambers, closed; refuse collections cancelled; 14 schools shut
; all but four libraries shut