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cut·off

also cut-off  (kŭt′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
1. A designated limit or point of termination.
2. A shortcut or bypass.
3. A new channel cut by a river across the neck of an oxbow.
4. The act or an instance of cutting off: a cutoff of funds; an electricity cutoff.
5. Baseball The interception by an infielder of a throw to home plate from the outfield.
6. A device that cuts off a flow of fluid.
7. Music A conductor's signal indicating a stop or break in playing or singing.
8. cutoffs Pants, such as blue jeans, made into shorts by cutting off part of the legs.
adj.
1. Designating a limit or point of termination: a cutoff date for applications.
2. Baseball Serving to intercept or relay a throw to home plate from the outfield: the cutoff man.

cut-off

The deliberate shutting off of a reaction engine.
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Two colleges set cent per cent cut-off for BSc computer science while others prefer to keep it a tad lower
In mining, the question of how to profitably determine which cut-off grade should be used to separate which material should be processed from that which should be sent to the waste dump has a direct bearing on tonnage of material mined, tonnage and average grade of material processed, and size of the mining operation, thereby impacting also on capital costs, operating costs, and environmental and socio-economic impacts.
Having tackled format flexibility upstream in the sheeting process through rapid automated reel changes and push-button variations in slitting width, sheeting equipment manufacturers have focused on introducing solutions that allow the mill to make frequent changes to cut-off length in the shortest possible time.
One of them is fraud in timing differences, also called cut-off fraud.
Assembly Bill 513 sought to change the cut-off birth date for kindergarten attendance from Dec.
94-28, 94-29 and 94-30 provide guidance to financial institutions on how to change their current methods of accounting, define procedures that allow for the principal-reduction method to be used, and provide procedures for changing methods of accounting for de minimis OID for loans acquired before the cut-off date selected.
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Such policy will cover losses on the mortgage loans to the extent that such losses exceed 4% of the aggregate outstanding principal balance of the mortgage loans as of the cut-off date, up to a limit of 8.
WITH many top Delhi University colleges closing admissions just after the first cut-off and many others declaring only a slight decrease in the percentages in the second cut-off list, aspirants waiting to get admission in DU may not have many good options left for them.
Two years after introducing legislation to move California's kindergarten cut-off date up three months, Assemblyman George Runner's plan is finally getting a hearing.
Loan Group 1 consists primarily of 30-year conventional, fully amortizing mortgage loans totaling $104,934,703 as of the cut-off date, Jan.
Loan Group 3 consists primarily of 30-year conventional, fully amortizing mortgage loans totaling $200,855,212 as of the cut-off date, Dec.