Shunt

[theatre company] Shunt is a London-based performance collective, founded in 1998. Most of the co-founders of Shunt met at Central School of Speech and Drama in London on the Advanced Theatre Practice MA in 1997/1998, which specialises in collaborative practice. In summer 1998 Shunt`s final term show `Twist` was taken to Hill Street Theatre...
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Shunt

A connector that allows blood to flow between two locations.
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shunt

A tube or device implanted in the body to divert excess CSF away from the brain to another place in the body.
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shunt

send from one track to another lay aside evade discussion 
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shunt

[n] - a passage by which a bodily fluid (especially blood) is diverted from one channel to another 2. [n] - a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current 3. [n] - implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber 4. [v] - provide with or divert by means of an electrical...
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Shunt

This generally means parallel connection.
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Shunt

an artificially constructed or an abnormal passage connecting two usually separate structures in the body
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Shunt

Shunt: 1) To move a body fluid, such as cerebrospinal fluid, from one place to another.
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Shunt

Shunt transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shunted ; present participle & verbal noun Shunting .] [ Prov. E., to move from, to put off, from Middle English shunten , schunten , schounten ; confer Dutch s...
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Shunt

Shunt intransitive verb To go aside; to turn off.
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Shunt

Shunt noun [ Confer Dutch schuinte slant, slope, declivity. See Shunt , transitive verb ] 1. (Railroad) A turning off to a side or short track, that the principal track may be left free. 2. (Electricity) A conducting circuit joining t...
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shunt

1. To turn to one side, to divert, to bypass. ... 2. <cardiology> A passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (for example to bypass a thrombosis) or they may be structural anomalies. ... 3. <surgery> A surgically created anastomosis, also, the op...
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shunt

noun implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber; for draining fluids within the body
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shunt

noun a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current
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shunt

(shunt) to turn to one side; to divert; to bypass. a passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (such as to bypass a thrombosis), or they may be structural anomalies. a surgical anastomosis.
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Shunt

• (v. t.) A conducting circuit joining two points in a conductor, or the terminals of a galvanometer or dynamo, so as to form a parallel or derived circuit through which a portion of the current may pass, for the purpose of regulating the amount passing in the main circuit. • (v. i.) To go aside; to turn off. • (v. t.) To cause to mo...
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shunt

(from the article `enterprise unionism`) ...of industrial federation or Reng representatives. Instead, these latter groups coordinate enterprise-level bargaining, especially for the annual ... In 1955 Shy successfully coordinated union demands by launching the first shunt (`spring offensive`); this has since been continued ann...
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shunt

1. to turn to one side; to divert; to bypass. 2. a passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (e.g. to bypass a thrombosis) or they may be structural anomalies. 3. a surgically created anastomosis; also, the operation of forming a shunt.
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shunt

resistor connected in parallel with the current circuit of a measuring instrument in order to extend its measuring range NOTE - A shunt is generally intended to provide a voltage proportional to the current to be measured.
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qualifies a machine to denote that it is excited by a winding in parallel to the armature winding
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Shunt

Shunt is slang for to shift responsibility onto someone else.
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Shunt

To marshal vehicles in a given order to form a train. A rough shunt can cause damage to vehicle couplings or even bodies. The risks of damage are high as often this is carried out without adequate attention being paid to coupling of brake pipes. Thus one locomotive may be moving several vehicles without brakes.
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shunt

Type: Term Pronunciation: shŭnt Definitions: 1. To bypass or divert. 2. A bypass or diversion of fluid to another fluid-containing system by fistulation or a prosthetic device. The nomenclature commonly includes origin and terminus, atriovenous, splenorenal, ventriculocisternal.
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Shunt

An electrical bypass circuit that proportionally divides current flow between the shunt and the shunted equipment. It also allows high current measurements with low-current equipment.
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shunt

In medicine, a passage that is made to allow blood or other fluid to move from one part of the body to another. For example, a surgeon may implant a tube to drain cerebrospinal fluid from the brain to the abdomen. A surgeon may also change normal blood flow by making a passage that leads from one blood vessel to another.
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