For the terminally ill Ukrainians, corruption in medicine is death.
Kate spent time with 15-year-old Zakwan Anuar (below), who is terminally ill with acute leukaemia.
In later life, he went to great effort to visit a terminally ill colleague.
If you or your child were terminally ill, would you take unimaginable risks for a cure?
One of the young boys was reportedly a terminally ill patient in Great Ormond Street Hospital during the 1970s.
And according to some recent research, the idea that the kits are mostly aimed at the terminally ill might stretch the truth.
Police in the UK meanwhile have stood by their decision to sound the alarm and find the terminally ill child.
Psychedelics have also sometimes been used for the terminally ill and in certain cases of autism.
The teeth on the premaxillary and anterior part of the maxillary are long, pointed, and terminally curved backwards.
The septo-maxillary has a lateral process that terminally is directed slightly anteriorly.
mid-15c., "relating to or marking boundaries," from Latin terminalis "pertaining to a boundary or end, final," from terminus "end, boundary line" (see terminus). Meaning "fatal" (terminal illness) is first recorded 1891. Sense of "situated at the extreme end of something" is from 1805. Slang meaning "extreme" first recorded 1983.
"end point of a railway line," 1888, from terminal (adj.); sense of "device for communicating with a computer" is first recorded 1954.
terminal ter·mi·nal (tûr'mə-nəl)
Of, relating to, situated at, or forming a limit, a boundary, an extremity, or an end.
Of, relating to, occurring at, or being the end of a section or series; final.
Causing, ending in, or approaching death; fatal.
Intractably; hopelessly: All but the terminally high-minded should try to get to see the Blue Man Group (1990s+)
Extreme; unmitigated: Terminal cuteness is the dread disease of too much Southern writing
[1990s+; based on the medical sense ''fatal, incurable'']