A terminus ad quem is essential to the perfection of exercise, bodily or mental.
The Peace of Versailles is certainly not a terminus ad quem.
It will be observed that in each case there is a certain reticence or vagueness as to the terminus ad quem.
There are two passages which give us the latter year as the terminus ad quem, viz.
Sensations are the stable rock, the terminus a quo and the terminus ad quem of thought.
That year may, therefore, be taken as a terminus a quo, and the year 1212 as a terminus ad quem for dating these versions.
The main object of our trip down the River of Barks—the terminus ad quem of the expedition, so to speak—was a bear.
We do not know either the terminus a quo from which or the terminus ad quem to which the writer reckoned.
The style and title of the terminus ad quem were usurped by the terminus à quo.