absolute stop

absolute stop

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′stäp]
(civil engineering)
A railway signal which indicates that the train must make a full stop and not proceed until there is a change in the signal. Also known as stop and stay.
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Obviously, anything dealing with sexual predators or sex trafficking, we want to put an absolute stop to that,'' said North Dakota state Rep.
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People may wear a seatbelt and have an airbag but if you are travelling at 30mph and come to an absolute stop your internal organs are still travelling at 30mph.