Shutdown

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Shutdown

1. See: Government shutdown.

2. See: Liquidation.

3. See: Lockout.
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It is worth noting that civilian life would not be entirely unaffected by a government shutdown.
2 seemed to have averted the threat of a shutdown, but there was still disagreement over issues attached to spending bills that needed to be passed to avoid a shutdown before the expiration of a continuing resolution that funded the federal government through Dec.
Neway's experienced supervisors and operatives use a variety of specialist, trusted techniques and play a key part in any major shutdown.
While a quick resolution to the shutdown would be a positive for the economy, and arguably for equities, the shutdown still represents less of a risk than the possibility of a debt ceiling breach.
Americans this week express strong views of the shutdown -- 21% say the closure is a crisis, while 49% believe it to be a major problem.
Clinton's approval rating just after the shutdowns was, if anything, slightly lower than before it.
The Maoist called for a shutdown against the 'Green Hunt'.
Mr Hassan presented a paper entitled "The Journey to Best in Class Turnarounds in Bapco", in which he shared with the delegates Bapco's experience in the use of best practices in its shutdowns in compliance with the T&I Planning and Execution Process Guidelines.
There is a big process in building up to the shutdown anyway in terms of production planning and logistics, and we are set for the normal shutdown.
Honda: The firm's plant in Swindon is on a four-month shutdown between February and May.
In Kerala, fringe groups that have no elected representative even in local bodies enforce shutdowns "successfully" as the traders shut shops and stay indoors for fear of violence.
Or you realize that weekend shutdowns are killing you, but you can't justify going to 24/7 operation.