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Synonyms for curtail

to make short or shorter the duration or extent of

Synonyms for curtail

terminate or abbreviate before its intended or proper end or its full extent

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All statements other than statements of historical fact are statements that could be deemed to be forward-looking, including but not limited to statements about the expected impact and timeframe of the Plant 2 curtailment and our ability to continue to fulfill customer needs.
At that time, the industry, which had been in full production mode, began to announce limited output curtailments.
Another 240,000 metric tons, or 5 percent of Alcoa's smelting capacity, represented curtailments to be taken in Portovesme, Italy and La CoruSa and Aviles, Spain.
If a curtailment is implemented in your neighborhood, remember that it is a controlled event.
The other type of curtailment is caused by a rupture which is an extremely severe issue as both firm and interruptible customers can be affected.
The net cash impact of such curtailment is expected to be offset, in part, by a reduction in working capital.
A critical issue that utility companies are facing during this energy crunch is the lack of viable, economical energy curtailment technologies," said Michael D.
The master servicer indicated two loan curtailments, totaling approximately $742,000, occurred since transfer.
NYSE: BCC) announced today that the company will take staggered curtailments at several of its Western sawmills during June and July 2000.
During the first half of 2005, Gener handled the impact of the natural gas curtailments -- which affected gas-fueled thermoelectric plants in Chile, including Gener's subsidiary Electrica Santiago owner of the 370 MW natural gas and diesel combined cycle in the Central Interconnected System (SIC), Nueva Renca -- by implementing natural gas swaps agreements with Argentinean generators and natural gas transfer agreements with other Chilean generators.
Since curtailments to Methanex began in mid-June of 2005, they have ranged widely, from days when substantially all of the nominated gas was received, to other days when more than half of the gas was diverted.
government and a stronger Canadian dollar has caused production curtailments at several sawmills, thereby creating a shortage of wood chips for the Thunder Bay mill.
Decisions involving production curtailments which affect employees are always extremely difficult to make," said A.
In addition, plywood supply and prices throughout the United States have been influenced by manufacturing curtailments and closures in the Pacific Northwest because of environmental concerns.
A) has announced curtailments at its Hammond and Squamish cedar sawmills, effective Monday, April 14th, and extended the curtailments at its Acorn, Field and Western Whitewood mills.