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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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But traffic conditions can change quickly from slowing vehicles or close cut-ins by other vehicles.
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.
Today food, drug and discount store operators only achieve and maintain an overall average of 88% in-stock levels, 77% new-item cut-ins, 70% planogram compliance and 67% promotional display compliance, according to Charas.
The main channel, I-NET, is available to all the Latin American markets the network serves, and provides an overview of international sports untouched by local cut-ins.
That live visual image appeared on three other Honolulu television stations throughout the day, with coverage ranging from periodic cut-ins to sustained live news reports that pre-empted regular programming.
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.
In Ft Myers, WXKB, WJPT, WRXK and WWCN simulcast coverage from TV partner "NBC TV2" WBBH-TV with local cut-ins from Beasley's own team.
Tenders are invited for Installation of approx 400 LF of 4" HDPE for directional boring; 1,000 LF of 4" PVC installed by open cut; 350 LF of 4" Directional Boring, connections, cut-ins, pavement repair and replacement; surface restoration and appurtenances.
The show, which reran moments of comedy from the past four months, included cut-ins to a McPhee support party at Universal CityWalk, and to Birmingham, Ala.
NEW YORK-- Numerous studies suggest that improved execution of such retail merchandising initiatives as category resets, new item cut-ins and maintenance of planogram integrity can yield improved sales.