Not a chance, according to the company that took over hosting duties after Amazon shut the whistleblowing website down.
At this point, it’s just, ‘shut up and let the case speak for itself.
For a broadcast show this visually audacious and daring to be shut out completely—not even a cinematography nomination!
For heaven's sake, Netanyahu and his Republican friends should shut up.
I shed a tear for that, and other institutions that have had to shut down because of the rising rates.
She clapped her hands, and her first words were, "shut the gates."
What is the use of a beautiful face, if one must be shut up in her own apartment for ever?
And now I can see Hilda, and her hair is white, but her eyes are shut.
I must make it clear to myself that He does not shut me out of His heart because I am guilty of sins.
He was shut up for several hours with a delegation who had invited him down.
Old English scyttan "to put (a bolt) in place so as to fasten a door or gate, bolt, shut to; discharge, pay off," from West Germanic *skutjan (cf. Old Frisian schetta, Middle Dutch schutten "to shut, shut up, obstruct"), from PIE *skeud- "to shoot, chase, throw" (see shoot (v.)). Related: Shutting.
Meaning "to close by folding or bringing together" is from mid-14c. Meaning "prevent ingress and egress" is from mid-14c. Sense of "to set (someone) free (from)" (c.1500) is obsolete except in dialectal phrases such as to get shut of. To shut (one's) mouth "desist from speaking" is recorded from mid-14c.