Last night's problem was with one of the four engine cut-off sensors, which are responsible for making sure the spacecraft's main engines shut down at the proper point during the ascent.
By speeding the flow of floodwaters to the Gulf, the cutoffs also lowered flood heights below the Arkansas River by as much as twelve feet, eventually obviating the need for the construction of a floodway through the Tensas River basin.
I talked to someone charming and helpful who said that they could move the cut-off date by one day, if I sent all the paperwork back to them by recorded delivery to arrive on the 25th.
Not only must hill rally vehicles adhere to basic road legislation, they must befitted with a valid fire extinguisher, safety engine cut-off device, roll-cage and adequate silencer.
She was often so involved in her own thoughts that she seemed cut-off and ‘spacey’ to her friends.
Therapists who are attuned to experiences of clients cut-off from sense of self by trauma and depression will find it worthwhile to pursue this volume.
Oils based on the new generation would fall below a critical cut-off point under which no hydrogenation is necessary.
The matching payment would be slowly reduced for every extra $1,000 an individual earns, up to a cut-off income level of $45,000 a year.
The cut-off date for registering such properties is being worked out, the sources said.
Past figures show that there are likely to be hundreds of thousands of tourists who need to renew their passports between the cut-off date of October 26 and the point at which biometric passports finally become available.