cutover


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cut·o·ver

 (kŭt′ō′vər)
adj.
Cleared of trees, especially those that bear valuable lumber.

cutover

(ˈkʌtˌəʊvə)
n
1. (Forestry) an area cleared of timber
2. a transitional period in a computer system changeover during which old and new systems work concurrently

cut•o•ver

(ˈkʌtˌoʊ vər)

adj.
cleared of trees.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
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Compositional analysis indicated that during winter Cutover had the highest rank among the 7 cover types, and the Aquatic cover type had the lowest rank (Table 3).
The conversion is proceeding according to plan and the system cutover is going well.
The Big Switch started at 11pm (UAE time) on February 22 and the main cutover was completed for start of business on February 24, with the SabreSonic CSS fully implemented and all sales channels, web and check-in systems back online by mid-afternoon.
The Big Switch started at 11pm (UAE time) last Friday and the main cutover was completed for start of business (UAE time) on Sunday, with the SabreSonic CSS fully implemented and all sales channels, web and check-in systems back online by mid-afternoon.
Since the entire hot cutover process is guided through the software and the necessary fail-safe options have been built in, the chance of errors, and therefore risks, have been reduced to a minimum.
The mammoth cutover operation involved hundreds of members of Etihad Airways' staff who initially implemented, tested and configured the new software.
Castleberry said three meetings with MISO and other entities joining the system operator were being held last week and this week "where we'll kind of do a rehearsal of the cutover plan.
Government of Kyrgyzstan suggests to impose fine for sea-buckthorn cutover in Issyk-Kul region, director of State Agency on Environment Protection and Forestry Sabir Atajanov said at the parliamentary session for agricultural policy, water resources and local government on April 8.
The Sirax cutover was successfully completed in mid-October 2014.
I would estimate 80 percent of a successful cutover is based on management patiently and indefatigably searching out, raising and resolving these granular, procedural issues, and then communicating the answers (repeatedly) to all those affected.
Operational Highlights -- Operational trends continue to improve following the early February systems cutover for the northern New England operations.
It's not that we're stopping hiring completely, it's that we're holding off on hiring for jobs for the cutover until right around that time.