Origin of termination
Examples from the Web for termination
"He's too good for MSNBC," Coulter emailed The Daily Beast after Baldwin's termination.Heads Roll in TV Land: Lara Logan & Alec Baldwin Punished
November 26, 2013
Put another way, the termination of these benefits will sap $30 billion from the buying power of lower-income American consumers.Why Walmart Will Be Hurt by the Fiscal Cliff
December 14, 2012
Yet there was something also very weird about his termination.Today's Question: Fire John Derbyshire?
May 22, 2012
The former governor declined, through his publicist, to offer further comment on his termination.Spitzer Gets the Boot
July 7, 2011
Rowe supposedly agreed to a termination of parental rights, but it was “overturned.”Who's Best for the Kids?
July 15, 2009
I followed him about while he arranged for the termination of the day's activities.
If the tops be an inch wide, it will form a good beginning and termination.The Ladies' Work-Table Book
Then they may classify adverbs on the principle of their meaning, or according to their termination.The Teacher
This state and its termination are clearly set forth by Paul.The Autobiography of Madame Guyon
Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon
Fimbria: thick, ciliated hair at the termination of any part: fringes.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
- the act of terminating or the state of being terminated
- something that terminates
- a final result
Word Origin and History for termination
late 14c., "authoritative resolution of a matter," from Old French terminacion and directly from Latin terminationem (nominative terminatio) "a fixing of boundaries, bounding, determining," from past participle stem of terminare "to limit, end" (see terminus). Meaning "end of a person's employment" is recorded from 1961; meaning "artificial end of a pregnancy" is attested from 1969; sense of "assasination" is recorded from 1975.