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terminating

[′tər·mə‚nād·iŋ]
(electricity)
Closing of the circuit at either end of a line or transducer by connecting some device thereto; terminating does not imply any special condition such as the elimination of reflection.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Councillor Isaac Pelaelo of Tsamaya stated that in a case where government would in future resolve to terminate the contract it could cause more harm than good.
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If the contract does not have such a clause, the terminating party is required to notify the other party of its intention to terminate the contract before proceeding to seek the court's consent to terminate the contract.
If an S corporation inadvertently terminates its S corporation status, the IRS may grant relief.
Often, employers offer attractive compensation to the employee in order to stimulate him to terminate the employment contract peacefully.
For instance, an employer cannot terminate an employee for "blowing the whistle" on illegal conduct of the company.
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'Leeds terminated my contract, when you terminate a contract you can't put clauses in,' said the former Cardiff Blues star.
It may be that the IRS has chosen this course of action, because of the political and public relations problems it would now face if it concluded for payroll tax purposes either (a) that the employment relationship does not actually terminate during the period of military service or (b) that the guarantee of reemployment required by USERRA or the actual provision of benefits during the employee's absence from civilian employment makes the differential payments subject to payroll taxation.
The distributor denies the supplier has the right to terminate of refuse to renew the contract and demands reinstatement of substantial damages as compensation for its alleged losses.