stop signal


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stop signal

[′stäp ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
Signal that initiates the transfer of facsimile equipment from active to standby conditions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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McDermott was caught on camera ignoring the stop signal, nearly a minute after it went red, at Newcastle's Callerton Parkway Metro station in his black Mercedes.
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Dad-of-five Phillip Lilley was ordered to pay pounds 60 and given three points for edging just a yard past the stop signal to let the police van pass.
German railway officials said the head-on collision on a stretch of single track was apparently caused when one of the engineers overlooked a stop signal as he pulled out of a station in the village of Enzisweiler.
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A TRAIN driver who ignored a stop signal has been blamed for the catastrophic collision in California that killed at least 25 people.
A passenger train in north west Turkey ignored a stop signal and rammed an oncoming train, killing six people and injuring 85 others in the nation's third deadly rail accident in as many weeks.
German rail officials said the collision came after one engineer missed a stop signal near the village of Enzisweiler.