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cutoff point

[′kət‚ȯf ‚pȯint]
(mechanical engineering)
The point at which there is a transition from spiral flow in the housing of a centrifugal fan to straight-line flow in the connected duct.
The point on the stroke of a steam engine where admission of steam is stopped.
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He rolled in just over 32 minutes behind Gallopin, and more than 11 minutes behind the 'grupetto' of stragglers, but crucially around five minutes inside the cut-off point to live and fight another day.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the deadline for National Hunt meetings arriving after The Chronicle has gone to print, we are unable to publish jumps cards a day in advance - except those for Sundays, for which there is an earlier cut-off point for confirmed entries.
The 27-year-old Senegal international had repeatedly expressed his desire to remain on Tyneside and Alan Pardew was confident of retaining his services, although with speculation continuing over his future, there was a sense of trepidation as the July 31 cut-off point neared.
Even with the new cut-off point of 24 hours, it is still madness.
But evidence has since emerged many of the victims were still alive after this arbitrarily-agreed cut-off point.
And he has insisted he will stick with his hunt for new recruits right up to tomorrow afternoon's midday cut-off point for loan signings.
This odd cut-off point forecloses a meaningful discussion of the later Luther, Calvin, Anglican theology, and Tridentine Catholicism.
Using a cut-off point of [absolute value of 50], one item failed to load on any factor.
But the first priority has to be 40 points, which is what they call the cut-off point for safety.
ONTARIO -- Ontario Superior Court Justice Arthur Gans stopped the provincial government from cutting off the financial support for autism treatment to Andrew Lowrey who has reached the age of six, the government's cut-off point.