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expiration date

[‚ek·spə′rā·shən ‚dāt]
(materials)
The anticipated date when a material may go from usable to unusable.
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Kenya's top DJ-turned music producer DJ Space is set to release his debut titled No expiration date by the end of the year.
Although these studies provide insights into the various factors affecting the management and purchase of perishable grocery products, a void still exists in terms of understanding consumers' motivation to search for expiration dates while shopping for and before consumption of perishable products.
Pharmacies across the country - in major medical centers and in neighborhood strip malls - routinely toss out tons of scarce and potentially valuable prescription drugs when they hit their expiration dates.
Brigadier Abdullah Ali Munkis, Director of the Criminal Investigation Department at Ras Al Khaimah Police, said municipal inspectors found the business was manipulating expiration dates by packing products in bags and boxes with new expiration dates for resale.
"Asian workers were caught red-handed changing the expiration dates on a number of medical supplies and equipment using special material.
The Broadcast Mid-Term Report, otherwise known as FCC Form 397, is coming due for certain broadcast stations based on the their last license expiration date. Stations at the front of the line have about a week and a half to turn in their material.
All nationals and residents should verify the expiration dates on their documents, mainly passports to ensure a smooth travel process.
In not too many years, these infants could be stamped with their own expiration dates. How would that affect things?
In statements to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), citizens said the inspection campaigns by supervision divisions at the Kuwaiti Municipality or the Ministry of Commerce and Industry should not be limited to the period before the Holy month of Ramadan, as many businessmen take advantage of consumers, and sell goods with a near expiration date.
Much of what we know about drug expiration dates comes from the Shelf Life Extension Program, an initiative between the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the military, Faced with the prospect of tossing away a large and expensive stockpile of drugs every few years, the military asked the FDA to evaluate the true shelf life of many medications.
They redacted account numbers in order to comply with FACTA but mistakenly left expiration dates in place.
Despite opposition from retailers, legislation outlawing expiration dates and fees on gift cards has been unanimously approved by the Illinois House.