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  • noun Plural form of throttle.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of throttle.

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Examples

  • Ms. Schapiro suggested such algorithms could be programmed with so-called throttles that slow down or block the algorithm if it is throwing off too many orders into the market too quickly or if market conditions change.

    SEC Looks at Circuit Breakers, Algorithms

  • Last week, the company popped its head up to take a swing at the Internet-based rental service, saying that while Netflix "throttles" DVD deliveries to heavy users, keeping them from getting too many discs per month, Blockbuster has phased out the practice.

    The Week Ahead: March 6-10People To Watch: The Week Ahead

  • I think Movable Type "throttles" trackbacks in order to prevent waves of spam attacks, so if you try to ping more than once within some period of time, the first trackback will be accepted, but the remainder will be rejected.

    Why we need preferential ballots - BatesLine

  • · Arq automatically slows down ( "throttles") its uploading whenever you're using the internet for web browsing.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • In fact, since about 2003, all Toyotas are using "drive by wire" throttles, meaning that the accelerator pedal mechanism isn't actually attached to the engine with a cable.

    SplicedFeed

  • In fact, since about 2003, all Toyotas are using "drive by wire" throttles, meaning that the accelerator pedal mechanism isn't actually attached to the engine with a cable.

    SplicedFeed

  • In fact, since about 2003, all Toyotas are using "drive by wire" throttles, meaning that the accelerator pedal mechanism isn't actually attached to the engine with a cable.

    SplicedFeed

  • · Arq automatically slows down ( "throttles") its uploading whenever you're using the internet for web browsing.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • In fact, since about 2003, all Toyotas are using "drive by wire" throttles, meaning that the accelerator pedal mechanism isn't actually attached to the engine with a cable.

    SplicedFeed

  • In fact, since about 2003, all Toyotas are using "drive by wire" throttles, meaning that the accelerator pedal mechanism isn't actually attached to the engine with a cable.

    SplicedFeed

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