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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of terminate.

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Examples

  • The hill nearest to the plain terminates in a cliff, in the face of which, nearly at the level of the ground, are four caves, with low, narrow entrances.

    THE FIRST POET

  • Thus, only the close of the congressional term terminates Senate business, not the end of a session.

    Colloquy : Northwestern University Law Review

  • The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India earlier this week reduced the charges that a telecom company, from whose network a call originates, pays another player on whose network the call terminates for domestic calls, a move that could hurt earnings.

    Bharti Airtel Shares Hurt as CEO Sells Stake

  • The long distance carrier is required to pay termination fees when a call terminates at the local carrier's premises in state.

    Alec Saunders SquawkBox

  • In order to ascertain the magnitude of these organs in the living body, the process is simple: that of the organs of sense is obvious to every observer; so is that of the cere - brum; and that of the cerebellum is easily ascertained, as, in all the superior animals, it begins precisely opposite the place where the face terminates, that is, opposite the articu - lation of the lower jaw, which is immediately before the ear, and extends to the spine which projects from the occiput. —

    Treatise on the influence of climate on the human species : and on the varieties of men resulting from it, including an account of the criteria of intelligence which the form of the head presents, and a sketch of a rational system of physiognomy as founded on physiology

  • This current infant-mortality rate, by the way, is also kept artificially low by an abortion rate of 0.71, the hemisphere's highest (and hovering among the world's top five for the past two decades), which "terminates" any pregnancy that even hints at trouble.

    American Thinker

  • This current infant-mortality rate, by the way, is also kept artificially low by an abortion rate of 0.71, the Hemisphere's (and hovering among the world's top five for the past two decades) highest, which "terminates" any pregnancy that even hints at trouble.

    American Thinker

  • This current infant-mortality rate, by the way, is also kept artificially low by an abortion rate of 0.71, the Hemisphere's (and hovering among the world's top five for the past two decades) highest, which "terminates" any pregnancy that even hints at trouble.

    American Thinker

  • This current infant-mortality rate, by the way, is also kept artificially low by an abortion rate of 0.71, the Hemisphere's (and hovering among the world's top five for the past two decades) highest, which "terminates" any pregnancy that even hints at trouble.

    American Thinker

  • This current infant-mortality rate, by the way, is also kept artificially low by an abortion rate of 0.71, the Hemisphere's (and hovering among the world's top five for the past two decades) highest, which "terminates" any pregnancy that even hints at trouble.

    American Thinker

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