Some articles on shut:
... Shut Out (foaled in Kentucky in 1939), was an American Thoroughbred racehorse sired by Hall of Famer Equipoise, the multiple stakes winning champion his fans called "The Chocolate Soldier." Shut Out was bred by the ... The year Shut Out was born Greentree Stables also produced Devil Diver who would eclipse Shut Out in fame and achievements, yet it was Shut Out who won both the 1942 ... Devil Diver beat Shut Out in the 1941 Hopeful Stakes for 2-year-olds ...
... Shut Up is the third album recorded by LaFee, released on 27 June 2008 ... The music video for the first single, Shut Up, premiered on 30 May on The Dome ... Shut Up is LaFee's first English album, and it contains English versions of songs from her first two studio albums, LaFee and Jetzt erst recht ...
... Sit Down, Shut Up is the name of two inter-related television series Sit Down, Shut Up (2009 TV series) Sit Down, Shut Up (TV series) ...
... Shut may refer to the following Shut up, an interjection used to get somebody to stop talking Shutdown (disambiguation) Shut eye, a magician who ... Example Go shut that door ...
... Clementine operated successfully from 1946 until 1950 when the reactor was shut down to correct a problem with the control and shim rods ... During this shut down it was noted that one of the natural uranium rods had ruptured ... had been achieved and the reactor was permanently shut down and dismantled ...
More definitions of "shut off":
- (verb): Isolate or separate.
Synonyms: close off
Famous quotes containing the word shut:
“Denouement to denouement, he took a personal pride in the
certain, certain way he lived his own, private life,
but nevertheless, they shut off his gas; nevertheless,
the bank foreclosed; nevertheless, the landlord called;
nevertheless, the radio broke,
And twelve oclock arrived just once too often,”
—Kenneth Fearing (19021961)
“One who shows signs of mental aberration is, inevitably, perhaps, but cruelly, shut off from familiar, thoughtless intercourse, partly excommunicated; his isolation is unwittingly proclaimed to him on every countenance by curiosity, indifference, aversion, or pity, and in so far as he is human enough to need free and equal communication and feel the lack of it, he suffers pain and loss of a kind and degree which others can only faintly imagine, and for the most part ignore.”
—Charles Horton Cooley (18641929)