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shutdown

a. the closing of a factory, shop, etc.
b. (as modifier): shutdown costs
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The post Update on the network shutdown in Myanmar, 13 August 2019 appeared first on Telenor Group.
On the day the shutdown began, the-then POTUS Barack Obama wrote a heart-warming letter to "the dedicated and hard-working employees of the US Government" in which he thanked them for their work, acknowledged that the shutdown was avoidable, and promised to continue to work towards reopening the government "as quickly as possible".
'Customers can liaise with the marketing department to schedule for road trucks to be loaded before and after shutdown,' says the release.
Twenty days into the shutdown, APHA issued a release noting furloughed workers were having trouble paying their monthly rent or mortgage payment and health care costs, while the ongoing shutdown would threaten federal nutrition and housing assistance programs, impacting the most vulnerable across America.
This Southern California treasure garnered some of the biggest parks-related headlines during the shutdown. Park Superintendent David Smith reported illegal camping, off-road vehicle use, vandalism, and human waste issues.
And where regulation fails, some states resort to internet shutdowns or deliberate disruptions.
Stories of struggling federal employees flooded the media during the shutdown, highlighting just how many people working for the government were living paycheck-to-paycheck.
For some, including Trump advisers like acting (https://www.politico.com/story/2019/01/04/mick-mulvaney-trump-government-shutdown-white-house-border-wall-1080820) White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney  and acting White House budget director (https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/the-partisan-warrior-leading-the-white-houses-shutdown-response/2019/01/08/b9daa54c-136c-11e9-b6ad-9cfd62dbb0a8_story.html?utm_term=.1dcd35916f5d) Russell Vought , the shutdown was a (https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/the-shutdown-is-giving-some-trump-advisers-what-theyve-long-wanted-a-smaller-government/2019/01/14/70b22348-1427-11e9-90a8-136fa44b80ba_story.html?utm_term=.117c1f6de92f) useful exercise in limited government.
'Normally, there is a coordination meeting set whenever there's a Malampaya shutdown. All stakeholders will meet to ensure there is adequate supply and to ensure minimal impact on consumers,' Fernandez said.
Meanwhile, a complete shutdown is also being observed in north Kashmir's Kupwara district, today, remember the martyrs of a deadly massacre carried out by Indian troops in 1994.
Furthermore, Air traffic stands delayed at New York City's LaGuardia, Philadelphia, and New Jersey's Newark airports due to staffing issues during the shutdown.