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  • n  a device for automatically interrupting an electric current

  • He can keep an interrupter at bay just by an elongated stammer, disarm the most savage attacker with a high, snuffling whinny, and it sometimes takes the cold light of morning .
  • Pounding angrily with his gavel, Chairman Thomas ordered the interrupter thrown out.
  • Loud-voiced Arthur Ramette, the Communists' interrupter-heckler, spoke gently: "All we want is peace .

  • Jack Keir in Campbellton Tribune
    This is the first time the interrupter clause has kicked in and we've seen exactly what happened,Keir said. "It's not right. There's something wrong with that when the price can go up by 13 cents in one day and it takes two or three days...
  • Richard Bacon in Morning Sentinel
    Even the ground fault interrupter in your bathroom, a lot of them have a glowing LED that shows they are working,Bacon said.
  • Rodney MacDonald in Metro Canada - Halifax
    The interrupter clause is there for a reason. It's for situations that arise in the marketplace such as what has happened in the past couple of weeks. So, it has worked,MacDonald told reporters yesterday.

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