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- adjective Cleared of trees, especially those that bear valuable lumber.
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- adjective Having been cleared of valuable
- noun An area of cutover land.
- noun The
discontinuitythat occurs when switching from the Julian calendarto the Gregorian calendar.
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Starting Jan. 30, FairPoint Communications will be transferring Verizon's network to its own system, a process called cutover that marks the last major step in the sale of the network.
Morrison also upbraided the Liberty consulting group hired by the commission to determine when FairPoint was ready for the network transfer, called cutover, saying many of the current problems should have been foreseen.
That was the response I got 14 times during an 83 minute phone call trying to find out why my home wireless network no longer worked after the "cutover".
Now state regulators are reviewing an anonymous e-mail from someone claiming that during tests leading up to the Feb. 1 "cutover," FairPoint created a computer program "to deceive the audience into believing they were watching a real demonstration" of its readiness.
In a hearing before the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission, consumer advocate Meredith Hatfield quoted a recent report by consultants hired to monitor FairPoint's "cutover" from Verizon that suggested FairPoint is underestimating the number of customer orders that have gone unfilled since the official transition began in late January.
The "cutover" was originally scheduled for this month, then had been delayed to the end of November.
Yet many organizations assume completion at the "cutover" point - installation. "
Mr. Smisek said he is confident the IT cutover will go well.
John Podesta, co-chair of the Obama-Biden Presidential Transition Team, wrote a letter asking Congress to delay the cutover until a number ...
I've gotten really close to a number of dead deeer tracking after dark in thick stuff such as a cutover, and even stumbled over a buck once on my way out, having given up and headed for the truck.