What is discontinue?

  • (verb): Prevent completion.
    Synonyms: break, break off, stop
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on discontinue:

Usenet Traffic Changes
... AOL announced that it would discontinue its integrated Usenet service in early 2005, citing the growing popularity of weblogs, chat forums and on-line. 2009, Verizon announced that it would discontinue access to Usenet on September 30, 2009 ... JANET(UK) announced it will discontinue Usenet service, effective July 31, 2010, citing Google Groups as an alternative ...
NUMMI - History - Events As Closure Approached
... On June 29, 2009, General Motors announced that they would discontinue the joint venture with Toyota ... GM CEO Fritz Henderson announcing in April that General Motors would discontinue the Pontiac Vibe production at NUMMI ... On August 27, 2009, Toyota announced that it would discontinue its production contract with NUMMI, shifting Tacoma production to its San Antonio, Texas pickup plant and Corolla ...
Greater Baltimore Bus Initiative - Changes
27 Discontinue service as Route 27, but provide service on other lines. 61 Discontinue service. 65 Discontinue due to low ridership Discontinued as planned 68 Change from a short temporary shuttle to a regular route between Security Square Mall and ...
History Of Cubana De Aviación - History - Revolution and Socialism
... Then, by late 1960 Cubana was forced to discontinue all its U.S ... to confound defenders) occurred on 15 April 1961, Cubana was forced to discontinue all its operations ... by Canada and Ireland would have forced Cubana to discontinue its transatlantic routes ...

More definitions of "discontinue":

  • (verb): Come or be at an end.
    Example: "The support from our sponsoring agency will discontinue after March 31"

Famous quotes containing the word discontinue:

    In taking out an insurance policy one pays for it in dollars and cents, always at liberty to discontinue payments. If, however, woman’s premium is a husband, she pays for it with her name, her privacy, her self-respect, her very life, “until death doth part.”
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)