cut-in


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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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Mack RSA with ACC provides several types of audible alerts, including for decreased following distance and close cut-ins by other vehicles, along with an impact alert.
Douglass, who appears on the morning show Tuesdays through Fridays and does weather cut-ins during Saturday's national "Today Show," has also been busy working with counterpart Ron Sherman doing commercials in such regional markets as Atlanta and Dallas.
As a night announcer, Hille was required to do the station breaks, news cut-ins and commercials.
In European automotive assembly plants, there apparently is a combination of the two: when it comes to painting cut-ins (e.g., inside doors, the decklid, hood), the moving line stops.
"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."
Desired targets, such as cut-ins and lane straddlers, can be missed because of the reduced azimuth coverage.
She showed what she called "Cut-ins"-large paper works in which the principal forms, while recognizably Euclidean, showed deviationist tendencies, as if they were political allegories, and bore colors of a kind it might have occurred to an Egyptian dyer to employ so that Joseph's coat should be a chromatic astonishment: porphyry, lapis lazuli, the gold of gold leaf, the orange of sea urchins, malachite green, rose of Sharon, coral pink and the yellow of maize.
A group of female representatives of the American Red Cross was seen in each of the studios, as live coverage featured cut-ins from Mexican soccer legends and the unlikely appearance of such well-known commentators as ESPN Deportes' Jorge Ramos (not to be confused with Univision's famed news anchor of the same name).