Whether a cutoff in the power supply is successful depends on whether the nuclear facility has a backup power supply.
A militant and militarized Gaza would remain an immediate neighbor no matter what measures are taken to guarantee a cutoff.
As far as underage attendees, Dottley remains adamant that 18 was the cutoff point.
Holmes and Rahe used 300 (ding ding ding) as the cutoff to predict a high risk of illness.
Heidi Klum wore a pair of the Gizeh sandals with cutoff jean shorts, and Ashley Olsen wore them just about everywhere.
But Ross refused to accept the cutoff this time, determined to pull Ashe back into the familiar world of the here and now.
Position diagram of cylinder with cutoff at 1/8, ¼, 3/8 and ½ stroke of piston with movable valves, on card 7½ in.
Bellamy was still stammering sheepishly when Lucinda cutoff.
I am not thinking in terms that you thought about him on that day, but I am trying to fix a cutoff period.
Ishie groaned, depressed the cutoff switch and turned to Mike.
1640s, "act of cutting off," also "portion cut off," from verbal phrase cut off (late 14c.). Of rivers, from 1773; of roads, from 1806; of clothing (adj.), from 1840.