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cutback

[′kət‚bak]
(chemical engineering)
Blending of heavier oils with lighter ones to bring the heavier to desired specifications.

cutback

The sudden partial closure of throttle at the end of the first climb segment to reduce the noise level.
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Lastly in cutback news, earlier this month The Newspaper Guild of New York, Local 31003, CWA, said it had settled grievances of 14 of those laid of from the New York Times last December.
Offshore insulated risers, flow lines, and export lines must now serve wells located at greater depths and, as the piped products get hotter, project specifications in general have tightened and cutback specifications in particular have become increasingly complex.
So Martin should remember, And Poets all should make Some cutbacks to their poetry For all our "cuttings" sake.
I don't know yet what the cutbacks will entail and this will be decided at our board meeting on Friday week, but we have already completely stopped racecourse development.
The cutbacks were outlined in a biological opinion for Chinook salmon, steelhead and green sturgeon, issued today by the National Marine Fisheries Service.
access to the north-east side of the pit, where mining on cutback 4 can
McClenahan says that while it is too early to determine what personnel changes might result from this move, KCAL won't compromise the product despite the personally painful cutbacks of employees who he has worked with for many years.
If there is no cutback threat (C or D Point), the LB becomes a "Mental Check" player.
The organization withheld cutback targets by respective economies, saying these relate to business strategies.
Now, a country that misses its cutback target during the initial phase of the treaty would have its required cutback increased by 0.
the cutback amount determined for regular tax purposes is disregarded in calculating AMTI).