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Throttle is the mechanism by which the flow of a fluid is managed by constriction or obstruction.
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Throttle or throttling may also refer to:
- Throttle (film), a 2005 thriller
- "Throttle" (novella), a 2009 novella by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill
- Bandwidth throttling, used to control the bandwidth that a network application can use
- Rocket engine throttling
- Throttling process (computing), software speed control
- Throttling process (thermodynamics), an isenthalpic process in thermodynamics
- DVD-by-mail throttling, the process of penalizing the most active users in subscription-based DVD-by-mail businesses, by slowing shipments or sending less desirable movies
- CPU throttling, computer hardware speed control, also known as dynamic frequency scaling
- Throttle, one of the three main characters of Biker Mice from Mars
- "The Throttle", a nickname for the American athlete Dave Wottle
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