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Synonyms for interlock

Synonyms for interlock

a device that prevents an automotive engine from starting

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the act of interlocking or meshing

coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively

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hold in a locking position

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become engaged or intermeshed with one another

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The remaining control variables include the log of Sales that is expected to be positively related to Interlock if the visibility associated with larger firms affords the opportunity for its directors to obtain directorships on other boards.
Loop length of single jersey, lxlrib, interlock, single pique, and fleece knitted fabrics has been studied and the results are shown in Figure 1.
This article using CAN bus technique to achieve the interlock machine with communications between the host computer and interlock machines, between interlocking layer and T / 0 layer using this room interlocking system adopts interlocking bus, this interlocking bus including 16 data cables, 8 state cables, 5 control cables and 8 address cables.
Now that all states have passed ignition interlock laws, the focus has switched to concerns about how well the laws are carried out.
Ignition interlock devices North America market is mainly driven by stringent NHTSA regulation against drunk driving, voluntary use of ignition interlock devices by commercial fleet owners as a preventive measure against drunk driving, reduction in driving license suspension period of convicted driver using of ignition interlock devices, state ignition interlock programs etc.
Oklahoma Automotive Safety Systems has been a distributor for Intoxalock's ignition interlock devices for 16 years.
standard, which would allow two firms' boards to interlock where a
Mechanical interlocks perfectly fit within the common philosophy that process control systems and safety systems should always be separated.
Although the fuel-cell sensor is an established technology, vehicle interlock systems continue to grow more effective and efficient through the integration of other emerging technologies.
But statistics show that in 2011 only about 35 percent of offenders installed the interlock devices as required to regain their driving rights, Anne Pratt, a spokeswoman for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, said Monday.
Specially designed heavy duty interlock tiles having horizontal and vertical locking arrangements which do not allow tiles displacement, popping up of tiles or settlement of paved areas.
The DMSK2 is a standalone, stainless steel, double door interlock specially designed for hygienic areas and suitable for all types of doors.
Given this, the aggregate product or cultural consequences may or may not affect individual behavior, but it determines how the behavioral contingencies of the participants interlock (Glenn, 2004).
Such accuracy endures in the Spire Point's successors, the SST and Interlock.
One of the most contentious and yet recurrent ways senior leaders exercise power in society is through overlapping board memberships, what scholars call "interlocking directorates" or simply "interlocks." The tendency of boards of for-profit firms, policy groups, nonprofit organizations, and even universities is to share members.