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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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Curtail easily stores in a shirt or pants pocket or purse and is quickly deployed by squeezing and placing over one's mouth.
Maintaining that MHA's notification issued on July 23, 2014, was against the Constitution, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, while moving the resolution, said it curtails ACB's powers as now it can register or probe corruption- related cases only involving Delhi government officials.
19 September 2011 - French banking group BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP) said on Monday it would curtail its retail banking presence in Russia.
One should also draw attention to Welsh citizens who also help to curtail any wrong-doing.
The Turkish attempt to curtail the State of Israel seems to be close in its objectives to the major Arab attempt to curtail Israel: the Arab peace initiative.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation today said it will curtail approximately 240 million cubic feet of natural gas equivalent (mmcfe) per day of its gross natural gas and oil production due to currently low wellhead prices in the mid-Continent region.
Once enrolled in a DR program, you're required to curtail the energy load in your facility(s) when contacted by the program administrator, and you're compensated accordingly.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 June 2008-M-real Corporation to curtail production of coated fine papers during summer months(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
But governments in the region will need to set aside more protected areas and simultaneously curtail forest clearance by private landowners to prevent substantial deforestation, say researchers led by Britaldo Silveira Soares-Filho of the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
The Federal Reserve may also introduce new guidelines for mortgage lending in order to curtail high-risk forms of lending aimed at helping home buyers cope with appreciating house prices.
The rest of the day belonged to trainer Ian Semple, who landed his first-ever treble, taking the Listed juvenile event with 33-1 chance Curtail, the five-furlong handicap with the 11-1 Grigorovitch and the juvenile maiden with the 4-9 chance Frank Crow.
Enrollment at the school is expected to dip to 1,200 students in the coming year, which will force the district to curtail electives at the school.
Ironically, for all the talk of liberty and freedom from these politicians, most of things proposed would curtail rights: They either want to make moral decisions for others and impose them on the public through law or cut off access to redress through the courts for people who believe their freedom has been curtailed.
Wade, allowing Congress and states to curtail reproductive health services for poor women, to render reproductive health care increasingly inaccessible through state-mandated misinformation, unnecessary waiting periods, parental notification, and promotion of abstinence-only "education.
American Airlines and United Airlines have agreed to temporarily curtail peak-hour flights at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.