permanent stop

permanent stop

[′pər·mə·nənt ′stäp]
(industrial engineering)
In a flexible manufacturing system a type of controlled stop where an automated guided vehicle will always halt, regardless of programming.
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I will continue challenging this unfair action and hope the courts will put a permanent stop to it.
The stop has been given for the period of three months till June 27, however, the decision about permanent stop would be given after evaluation of the income from the Dunyapur railway station.
The citizenry of Afghanistan is looking forward to a permanent stop to fighting between the government forces and militants.
This past year, the British bases have targeted their resources to removing illegal irrigation piping that is used to water the acacias, but BirdLife Cyprus believes it is vial that the acacia are removed to ensure a permanent stop to the killing of birds in Cape Pyla.
SNP constituency colleague Neil Gray MP added: "A pop-up station would be a step closer to securing a permanent stop. A temporary station there would at least answer the argument as to whether there is a need or not."
Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has called on the Federal Government to put a permanent stop to the killings in Benue State by herdsmen, saying 'what is happening in Benue and other middle-belt states is more than a strife between herdsmen and local farmers, it has gotten to the level of terrorism and ethnic cleansing.
But any such punitive measure needs to remain permanent while a permanent stop must be put on any possibility of Hashmi making a comeback from the political cold.
Public Works Secretary Mark Villar has ordered a permanent stop to the public works at Puente de Gibanga in Sariaya, Quezon province, to save the Spanish-era Gibanga and Princesa bridges.
"These ideas did not include substantial aspects of the solution, particularly the issue of the complete, comprehensive and permanent stop to the war in land, sea and air, and lifting the land, sea and air blockade..as well these UN proposed ideas ignored the economic and humanitarian situation in Yemen," said the delegation.
The UN official told the 15-member body, led by Angola this month, that to even begin to address the full range of humanitarian and protection needs, a permanent stop to the fighting, an end to the sieges, and safe, sustained, unconditional and unimpeded access is urgently needed.
Roger Vicker, who serves on the Senate Committee on Commerce Science and Transportation, and participate in meetings to facilitate the establishment of a new, permanent stop in the Mississippi Delta.
A permanent stop to the bombing is what everyone desires, and I see the pause to air raids to allow for the delivery of aid as a good sign.
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