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cut-in

[′kət ‚in]
(control systems)
A value of temperature or pressure at which a control circuit closes.
(electricity)
An electrical device that allows current to flow through an electric circuit.
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In European automotive assembly plants, there apparently is a combination of the two: when it comes to painting cut-ins (e.
It would not only involve maybe cut-ins but participation of the longer duration, half-hour or hour-long programs--something to distinguish us from what's out there now.
PHILADELPHIA -- This football season,Xfinity TV is bringing football fans the best viewing experience of live NFL and college football games, including live games across screens; every touchdown and the most exciting moments as they happen from every Sunday afternoon NFL game via NFL RedZone; live game cut-ins and scoring highlights from top college games on ESPN Goal Line; plus Sunday Night Football on NBC, Monday Night Football on ESPN and games on NFL Network.
In addition, the base bid includes a 300-foot directional drill 14 HDPE and 300-foot directional drill 2 HDPE pipe canal crossings, numerous cut-ins, connections, fiber optic conduit, meter replacement at Well 10D, surface restoration, bacteriological clearance and appurtenances.
Bernal will host branded segments through local cut-ins during the Univision network's morning television show, "Despierta America", features and specials on Entravision's local television and radio newscasts, as well as personal event appearances.
The show is produced in Toronto, but Hopley and Shannon recently spent a couple of days at the Nick on Sunset studios in Hollywood, shooting cut-ins for the network's "Mr.
Local newscasts will provide generous election coverage, with regular cut-ins during prime-time network coverage of the presidential race.
and the expense of cut-ins, resets, discontinued item management and category management, that slotting fees no longer satisfy their appetite for manufacturers' dollars.
Channel 5 showed good taste with fewer cut-ins but many crawls (moving across the lower part of the screen) with local information and phone numbers.
Retailers are looking outside their headquarters for help in designing their planograms, creating versions down to the store level and accelerating speed to shelf for new product rollouts, cut-ins and category resets.
The system, which has been developed to respond to possible cut-ins by applying gentle braking, increasing to maintain a safe distance between vehicles, aims to eliminate the harsher braking associated with current adaptive cruise control technology.
While there, she launched and hosted the station's public affairs program, "Hoy en Dia," and anchored daily news cut-ins for radio station WEDJ-FM.