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turn-off

a road or other way branching off from the main thoroughfare
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This paper focuses on improving the IGBT turn-off switching performance.
A broken down vehicle on the same carriageway, further north between the A689 Wolviston turn-off and the A1027 Norton Interchange, also caused queues heading towards the Tees Flyover at about 6.
If you're at: Junction 25/25a The turn-off is for: Caerleon/ Newport and Cwmbran Renowned for their noodles and crispy beef, the China Kitchen (205 Caerleon Road, Newport NP19 7HA) is a takeaway with speed and good taste at its heart, 0.
After 10km, take the Sas Al Nakhl and Umm Al Nar turn-off (signposted for Abu Dhabi Golf Club).
Only 27 per cent of British males said BO was a turn-off, against 40 per cent of the French.
Combining both a metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) and a gate turn-off thyristor (GTO), this product can be easily integrated in series and parallel connections.
Police were forced to close the A46 for three hours, causing traffic jams stretching as far back as the Stoneleigh turn-off.
The work will be done on the west route between the Heathrow turn-off at junction 14 and the M4 turn-off at junction 15.