Meaning Curtailment
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Cutting your holiday short.
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Definition When a company outsources or sells off a portion of the business operations in order to maintain profitability.
Source: investorwords.com

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An amendment to a pension plan significantly reducing plan benefits or employer contributions. Types of curtailments include a reduction of the expected years of service of present employees, and the [..]
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A temporary, mandatory load reduction under emergency conditions taken after all possible conservation and load management measures, and prompted by problems of meeting baseload rather than an upswing or peak.
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 An additional payment made to reduce the principal balance of a loan.
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(n) the temporal property of being cut short(n) the act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation(n) the reduction of expenditures in order to become financ [..]
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A temporary, mandatory load reduction on a transmission facility or generator under emergency conditions taken after all possible conservation and load management measures.
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means a reduction in the scheduled capacity or energy delivery.
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A reduction in the power exported by an electricity generator /or power imported by a load that is required to maintain the operation of the electricity grid within real time constraints.
Source: smartergridsolutions.com

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A reduction in transmission service or generation as a result of system reliability conditions.
Source: pjm.com

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Cutting your trip short because of unforeseen events such as serious illness, injury, death, etc.
Source: travel-insurance.net

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This may allow you to recover some of the costs of your holiday if you have to cut your holiday short (perhaps because of injury or illness).
Source: flexicover.co.uk

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 Refers to unforeseen circumstances beyond your control that force you to cut your trip short, for example the death of a relative.
Source: finder.com.au

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A reduction in gas deliveries due to supply shortage or demand that has exceeded a pipeline’s capacity.
Source: shalegasreporter.com

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Reduction or temporary suspension of service by a pipeline or LDC
Source: uniongas.com

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A reduction in gas delivery service or sales lower than the agreed upon contracted level.
Source: energysource.ca

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The act of curtailing
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A payment that reduces the principal balance of a loan.
Source: txlandgroup.com

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