cut-off point

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cut-off point

The limit beyond which no further action is permitted or possible. I'm sorry to say that we've reached our cut-off point for accepting applications this year.
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The decision to use three hours as the cut off point was in line with (a) the decision made in the previous study of high school students (Xu, 2005) and with (b) the distribution of time spent on homework reported by the students in the present sample.
Hundreds of children under 12 collected free growing packs and tomorrow is the cut off point to submit a photograph of them with their plant for judging.
In this youth-obsessed age are we supposed to forget any ability or relevant experience if it's above a cut off point of around 55?
Next Friday is the cut off point for entries to the annual honours.
Woosnam, the 44-year-old former US Masters Champion, spent several agonising hours before knowing whether he had survived as he had a second successive 72 for a 144 total - the cut off point.
Many brokers have a cut off point where they will not bother anymore - telling the customer that they just don't have any more space in their range.
We're all in this together So the politicians say The banks lost all the money So now we all have to pay I didn't risk my savings I just put them in the bank Reckless bankers made their millions And while they played my nest egg shrank To reward me for my prudent ways MPs have made it clear The money pigs have cleared the trough So I must work an extra year We all must work to sixty six I don't think that sounds great At least I make the cut off point Or be I'd working til sixty eight "We're all in this together" Roll up your sleeves and clear the decks We'll all work on for an extra year While bankers take more bonus cheques Ian Kenyon, Huyton