Meaning cut-off time
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The deadline set by a system (or an agent bank) for the acceptance of transfer orders for a given settlement cycle.
Source: ecb.europa.eu

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The latest time cargo may be delivered to a terminal for loading to a scheduled train or ship.
Source: manitoulintransport.com

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The time a container or trailer must be ingated at the terminal to meet a scheduled train loading for departure.
Source: raildelivery.com

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The latest time cargo may be delivered to a terminal for loading to a scheduled train or ship.
Source: logisuite.com

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A time of day established by a bank for receipt of deposits. After the cut-off time, deposits are considered received on the next banking day. See also Deposit Cut-Off Time
Source: helpwithmybank.gov

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A term used by shipping ports or terminals to define the latest possible shipment time for delivery to its specified location.
Source: autosintransit.com

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Time when a schedule closes.
Source: idcon.com

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The latest time a container may be delivered to a terminal for loading to a scheduled barge, ­vessel, train, or truck.
Source: ppiaf.org

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This term denotes the absolute latest time a shipment can be delivered to its location.
Source: montway.com

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The time a vehicle must be tendered at the terminal to meet a scheduled train departure
Source: allianceshippinggroup.co.uk

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Lastest possible time cargo may be delivered to vessel or designated point.
Source: oecgroup.com

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A time of day established by a bank for receipt of deposits. After the cut-off time, deposits are considered received on the next banking day.
Source: uhcu.org

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The time of day that a merchant's payment transactions are batched and electronically picked up by the payment gateway for processing. The default payment gateway cut-off time is 3:00 PM PST. Mer [..]
Source: authorize.net

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NWP models that are used in operational meteorology must have a nominal time at which the 'gates are closed' to new data, and the forecast computation cycle is started. For models used for p [..]
Source: sgsweather.com

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The time a container or trailer must be ingated at the terminal to meet a scheduled train loading for departure.
Source: intermodal.org

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