To shut in

To inclose; to confine
To cover or intercept the view of; as, one point shuts in another.
- Cen. vii. 16.

See also: Shut, Shut

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Gas volumes during the fourth quarter of 2004 decreased 25% to 640,862 Mcf, compared to 856,415 Mcf in the third quarter of 2004, primarily due to shut ins of production related to Hurricane Ivan on Ship/Shoal 182/183 (two-weeks) and Eugene Island 339 (four days).