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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In turn, this Notional Exposure Risk also translates into an Annual and either a Monthly or Weekly Absolute Stop Loss (strategy-dependent as strategies geared to a longer holding period require more flexible stop-loss limits), thus also capping capital at risk per period.
I wanted desperately to know whether life goes on, whether everything comes to an absolute stop or if there's a better place to go.
Obviously, anything dealing with sexual predators or sex trafficking, we want to put an absolute stop to that,'' said North Dakota state Rep.
The Republican-controlled House has an absolute stop on any new spending, which means that the trillion-dollar deficits for the past two years have been approved by Republicans as well as Democrats.
It has in fact been improvised to the extent that it was actually possible for me to go from absolute stop, 0 kmph to 100 kmph in less than 15 seconds.