The former governor declined, through his publicist, to offer further comment on his termination.
Rowe supposedly agreed to a termination of parental rights, but it was “overturned.”
Put another way, the termination of these benefits will sap $30 billion from the buying power of lower-income American consumers.
Yet there was something also very weird about his termination.
"He's too good for MSNBC," Coulter emailed The Daily Beast after Baldwin's termination.
Death of itself, constitutes notice to third persons of the termination of the agency.
Both knew that the top landing must bring the termination of all.
The plural is formed from the singular by adding the termination -j. Thus: viroj, men; la libroj, the books.
Toward the termination of 1702, Clarice was delivered of a daughter.
The Germans have determined to permit no man to be exchanged who can relate the details until the termination of the war.
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.