But with the expiration of the law and the media focus on the House bill, awareness mounted and that uphill fight got easier.
And thanks for all the music that came with no expiration date.
Still, it would be nice to know the expiration date on this calamity.
There are deep domestic spending cuts as well, along with the expiration of all the Bush tax cuts.
But the plan also foresaw the expiration of the Bush tax cuts and further tax reforms.
At the expiration of the appointed time, Giacomo returns, and hears that the princess is going to be married.
Crassus, upon the expiration of his consulship, repaired to his province.
Before the expiration of his sentence, the fourth was convicted.
There was a light hiss like an inspiration and expiration of air, a ghastly sound.
On the expiration of the three days, it was usual to find that neither of them wanted a separation.
early 15c., "vapor, breath," from Middle French expiration, from Latin expirationem/exspirationem (nominative expiratio/exspiratio), noun of action from past participle stem of expirare/exspirare (see expire). Meaning "termination, end, close" is from 1560s.
expiration ex·pi·ra·tion (ěk'spə-rā'shən)