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expiration

the act, process, or sound of breathing out
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* Include expires from the past 2 years in your plan.
The drugs will expire between September and December.
But Kennedy's Pompey team -mate Stuart O'Keefe will still have one year to go on his Bluebirds deal when his loan at Fratton Park expires next May.
If it's about to expire that is still okay but if it's already expired don't donate it anymore because we will just throw it," Pascual said.
The language assistance provisions of the VRA are also set to expire. This critical part of the VRA ensures that large communities of citizens with limited English proficiency can access the electoral process.
It also makes several technical corrections to the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA) and other tax legislation, and extends through 2006 several tax provisions that were due to expire at the end of 2005.
These efforts came three and four months in advance of expire and since, at that early point, you're looking for checks from the converted, there's no harm in alerting them to what is inside.
Yet by structuring the credits to expire every couple of years, the government actually did a disservice to the wind industry.
An elimination period is the amount of time that must expire before the insured is eligible to file a claim.
Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.
* Summary of Leases Expiring in (..) Days - This report lists all leases (by country) that are scheduled to expire in the number of days specified by the user.
* Net Operating and Capital Losses of Acquired Subsidiaries: Should loss carryovers of acquired subsidiaries be waived in order to avoid a later negative adjustment to the basis in the subsidiary in the event the losses expire unused?