Republic wanted to terminate its obligations and put workers in a 401(k) (or at least a more solvent Teamster pension plan).
During those days, doctors in Novorossiysk were not allowed to terminate pregnancies except in “the most extreme cases.”
Instead, the county filed to terminate his rights based on his mental illness.
There was the woman who became pregnant with twins and felt unexpectedly overwhelmed, leading her to terminate.
But in 1995, after three decades, lawmakers finally marshaled enough support to terminate the TCMP audits.
He expects no good of the assembly, and would be glad if he could terminate it immediately.
I wish to know for what sum, cash down, you will terminate your relations with the lady.
Does injury or liability of an agent ever terminate an agency?
There was nothing that urged him personally to terminate the struggle.
Thus did Wallenstein, at the age of fifty, terminate his active and extraordinary life.
1610s, "to bring to an end," from Latin terminatus, past participle of terminare "to limit, end" (see terminus). Sense of "to come to an end" is recorded from 1640s; meaning "dismiss from a job" is recorded from 1973; that of "to assassinate" is from 1975. Related: Terminated; terminating.