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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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Two of the articles address cutback management at the state level.
The North East has experienced the third highest level of cutbacks in the past five years, with budgets being slashed by around 17%.
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.
Just [euro]1million in cutbacks to the St Michael's House service will deeply impact the lives of the 1,500 people in their care.
ShawCor's Mobile Robotic Cutback System is one of the 15 technologies to receive a 2013 Spotlight on New Technology Award from the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), the world's foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection.
It is an unfortunate fact that the Government's era of austerity means every household on Teesside is likely to feel the pain of the councils' cutbacks.
The cutbacks that we now see, are not really cutbacks at all, this has not started yet and all that is being cut is the rate of increase in spending.
Serco, which employs 100,000 people and also runs the bike hire scheme in London and transports prisoners in parts of the UK, said its divisions in the UK and US were facing "challenging conditions" in the face of central and local government cutbacks.
A FLAGSHIP tourist information centre is to close down as part of budget cutbacks.
[ClickPress, Sat Feb 05 2011] The recent survey of 2,000 people in the UK found that people were anxious in light of the new Government cutbacks especially as thousands of jobs are being slashed at local authorities, inflation as risen to 3.7% and unemployment in the UK reaches 2.5 million.
This will force HRI to make further cutbacks, with Kavanagh reluctant to speculate as to what would be worst effected.
Best way to make cutbacks is to bring the troops home.