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Shutdown

1. See: Government shutdown.

2. See: Liquidation.

3. See: Lockout.
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So, the only part of the government that is in danger of shutting down is the DHS, and again something like 85-90% of it is considered essential, and will not shut down at all.
I'll shut down cities individually until December 16, but what I'll do afterwards is something you won't be able to bear", he warned.
Citing the newspaper's lack of a necessary license, the municipality ordered the facility where it is printed shut down.
Another shut down will be observed on Wednesday 4th December, 2013 from 08:00 am to Thursday 5th December, 2013 till 08:00 am for 24 hours.
As a precaution, a reactor will be shut down at least two hours before the onset of hurricane-force winds at the site, typically between 70 and 75 miles per hour.
US banks have shut down their retail branches located in the northeastern part of the country, which were in the path of Hurricane Sandy.
The most expeditious manner of implementing these measures is by the use of a "One Point" shutdown which will immediately shut down the HVAC system.
However, once the generator is shut down, pushing the reset button will "clear" the indicator whether the air filter restriction has been corrected or not.
The reactor will be completely shut down later in the day, the officials said.
CHATSWORTH - County and state officials shut down work Tuesday at an unauthorized construction project in Box Canyon where workers bulldozed a hillside and created a 20-foot cliff beneath a neighbor's million-dollar home.
He calls Ontario's electricity rates "disgraceful" at close to $70 per megawatt hour, and cautions against the McGuinty government's pledge to shut down coal-fired plants by 2007 until a suitable alternative is found.
Paper breaks, high vibration levels, short component lives, and poor shut down performance are seldom related only to maintenance or only to operations.