Shutdown [noun]

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Jersey City unions responded to the shutdown of extra duty work in 2019 by suing the mayor.

As the shutdown continued into July, Riley’s position was eliminated, and the restaurant sold off much of the extensive wine collection she had built.

Governors' shutdowns did not cause the pandemic jobs crisisStill, even if your client’s employer invites him back to the office, it will also probably accommodate those colleagues who prefer to continue working remotely.

Still, she said, there could be jumps in community spread as some jurisdictions consider loosening shutdown guidelines.

Government-directed Internet shutdowns are, troublingly, on the rise.

No doubt pandemic-related shutdowns have also gone a ways toward expanding the appeal of alcohol delivery.

When the shutdowns came in March, revenue tumbled by about two-thirds before climbing back.

Business owners and lawmakers said the economy couldn’t survive a shutdown.

In April, as the coronavirus pandemic was forcing business shutdowns across Virginia, Snyder and his wife, Burson, created a nonprofit intended to help small businesses weather the crisis.

Museveni defended the shutdown in a televised address, saying it was in response to the Facebook ban, and insisting that he would not tolerate the “arrogance” of social media companies deciding “who is good and who is bad” in Uganda.