I shed a tear for that, and other institutions that have had to shut down because of the rising rates.
Because sure, a lot of these sites get shut down eventually, but is that really justice enough for their victims?
Even worse, governments found a way to shut down the issuance.
A Change.org petition to the British Embassy advocating for attention on the case was shut down, after 516 signatures.
Unless you believe that we can somehow just shut down Medicare, the range of possible compromises is really quite limited.
Quick as thought, she made one step to the window, pushed the ladder outwards with all her force, and shut down the sash.
On the ninth I shut down, clamped with my thumbs, and froze there.
But these instances were all individual, that is, they happened separately, while here the whole Universe has shut down together.
Everywhere mills were shut down, and there was the utmost distress in consequence.
This wind and that has it: the well-springs within are shut down fast!
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 Sense of "to set (someone) free (from)" (c.1500) is obsolete except in dialectal phrases such as to get shut of.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.