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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of end.

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  • adjective having come or been brought to a conclusion

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Examples

  • When it ended, and it ** ended**, it was kind of traumatic.

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  • The cleanup of records by Romney's staff before his term ended included spending $205,000 for a three-year lease on new computers for the governor's office, according to official documents and state officials.

    Mitt Romney's staff spent nearly $100,000 to hide records

  • Mr. Beame was 71 when his term ended in December 1977.

    Mayor, 70, Nods Little to Age

  • The stalemate was good for “lazy, inefficient, grossly overpaid and wrongheaded CEOs,” wrote one disgusted SEC commissioner shortly before his term ended and the newly reelected President Bush appointed a more business-friendly replacement.

    Winner-Take-All Politics

  • The stalemate was good for “lazy, inefficient, grossly overpaid and wrongheaded CEOs,” wrote one disgusted SEC commissioner shortly before his term ended and the newly reelected President Bush appointed a more business-friendly replacement.

    Winner-Take-All Politics

  • The stalemate was good for “lazy, inefficient, grossly overpaid and wrongheaded CEOs,” wrote one disgusted SEC commissioner shortly before his term ended and the newly reelected President Bush appointed a more business-friendly replacement.

    Winner-Take-All Politics

  • The stalemate was good for “lazy, inefficient, grossly overpaid and wrongheaded CEOs,” wrote one disgusted SEC commissioner shortly before his term ended and the newly reelected President Bush appointed a more business-friendly replacement.

    Winner-Take-All Politics

  • Sullivan told the Star he filed the outstanding annual reports before his term ended and that Nicholson has been sitting on them.

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  • Corona was impeached over allegations of corruption and court decisions favoring Arroyo, who appointed him as chief justice shortly before her term ended in June last year.

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  • In October 2010, it ruled he couldn't fire officials Arroyo appointed shortly before her term ended and two months later struck down a presidential order creating a ''truth commission'' to investigate her.

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