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disconnect

[‚dis·kə′nekt]
(electricity)
To open a circuit by removing wires or connections, as distinguished from opening a switch to stop current flow.
(engineering)
To sever a connection.

Disconnect

A switch or circuit breaker adjacent to a piece of electrical equipment for the purpose of disconnecting power to the equipment for maintenance or servicing.

disconnect

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Rural Division disconnected power supply to Fazal ur Rehman Ice factory in Mali
due to non-payment of Rs 2,850,757, Sagu of 11 KV Sagu due to non-payment of Rs 2,327,930 while power supply to Fateh Khan village was also disconnected due to non-payment of arrear of Rs 9.
Only six attempts out of 2,808 were blocked through Orange network, while none were disconnected.
Power supply disconnected to WSS Kalghan due to nonpayment of Rs 20584, power supply disconnected to Old library HazaraUniversity on nonpayment of Rs 324764.
It disconnected 70 gas users out of every 100,000 it had in 2006.
But with applications and data deployed across all of your end-users' mobile machines (and with those users drifting between connected and disconnected mode and using their applications unimpeded in both modes because connectivity becomes a "background" concern, not a requirement) how does one keep all of the data in sync?
Lex recommends that very small children are carried in the back of the car in their car seat and the passenger airbag is never disconnected.
The following areas differentiate a connected versus a disconnected application:
Though disconnected by the home carrier, these individuals can continue to place calls by doing so from outside the home carrier's service area.
Robertson prefers the necessary mold modification to buying hydraulic units and wheeling them around to be connected to and disconnected from his molds.
LYA's research reveals that there are already over 4 million Canadians presently living in households that have disconnected their home phone service(s).