- n. Plural form of outage.
“For longer-term outages, there's a bag of charcoal on the back porch, for cooking, and plenty of clothing adequate for Southern California winter chill.”
“So unless you are completely off the grid, this does not good in outages either.”
“Long term outages mean you'll need to charge the cell phones.”
“I only a few short outages had no loner term outages during the test with ATT.”
“With the potential for long-term outages, Navasota spokeswoman Sarah Korpita said, residents were being urged to conserve water and "only flush when necessary.”
“On the current official forecast track and key dynamic models (GFDL, HWRF) the storm grazes the southern edge of key production / processing areas, causing short term outages largely due to evacuations and precautionary shutdowns but no extensive damages.”
“Slide 7: The Problem • Storage users need redundancy - file / data loss - short-term outages • Vendor lock-in • 3rd-party Software needs to support multiple storage providers”
“Verizon Wireless called the outages "regrettable" and vowed to improve its 4G service to be on par with its more broadly used 3G service.”
“Instead the outages are a problem borne out of the open nature of the Internet, a quality that also has stimulated the Net's dazzling growth.”
“Duke Energy, which supplies power to nearly 2.5 million people in the region, only reported about 1,000 -- 1,000, customer outages or power outages, which is great for any type of big weather system that goes through a given area.”
Looking for tweets for outages.