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stoppage

(stop'aj) [AS. stoppian]
Obstruction of an organ.
See: cholestasia
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Trade unions Sek and Peo said the work stoppage was cancelled, as, following the industrial action threat, "many mechanisms have been mobilised, all of which have a common goal, the safety of port workers".
The feeling is Cormier is on the slide but he'll take away Oezdimir's advantage in the clinch and find a way to earn a stoppage victory.
Upon receipt of a stoppage of delivery demand, the carrier, warehouse or other third party must hold and deliver the goods according to the seller's instructions.
Bello lifted the work stoppage order he issued on Nov.
According to a new timetable, the PR management has revised departure timings of 11 trains, enhanced stoppage duration of four trains and authorized permanent stoppage to some trains at different stations which were earlier announced on temporary basis.
The tub or shower will typically have a hair stoppage just past the tub shoe and the bathroom sink will have a toothpaste and hair stoppage in the trap before the wall.
The final match of the 2014 UEFA Champions League showed that stoppage time is important in football (soccer) matches: Real Madrid was awarded five minutes of stoppage time when it was one goal behind at the end of the second half.
International Resource News-October 5, 2015--Goldcorp announces work stoppage by miners represented by the Asociacion Obrera Minera Argentina at Cerro Negro mine
Stevenson won in a sixth-round stoppage as the Canadian's punches proved too powerful.
Quigg is 1-2 for the victory, but go one step further back him at 4-1 to get the stoppage.
The latest stoppage of work happened in mid December 2011, as funds - Rs.
Substitute Holt, who scored in last week's battling 1-1 draw at Anfield, earned the never-say-die Canaries a point in stoppage time from the spot.