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termination

[‚tər·mə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
The steps that end a chain reaction by destroying or rendering inactive the reactive intermediates.
(electromagnetism)
Load connected to a transmission line or other device; to avoid wave reflections, it must match the characteristic of the line or device.
In waveguide technique, the point at which energy flowing along a waveguide continues in a nonwaveguide mode of propagation.

Termination

An ornamental element that finishes off an architectural feature.

termination

An ornamental element which finishes off an architectural feature such as a dripstone.

termination

The point where a line, channel or circuit ends. See SCSI termination and hybrid.
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Both deal agreements include provisions stating that the acquiring company need not pay an antitrust-related termination fee if the acquisition targets has committed a willful breach of the agreement terms, including breach of requirements that they try to comply with deal regulatory requirements.
* Evaluate policies in its employee handbook and elsewhere that address employee discipline and/or termination and ensure that they are followed;
The Madison Oaks declaration of condominium permitted termination of the condominium, not by 100 percent of the owners, but only by 80 percent.
The Taxpayer further represented that (1) the termination fee did not exceed the value of the services the Manager provided to the Taxpayer; (2) the Taxpayer treated the termination fee as an expense for financial accounting purposes; (3) the Taxpayer treated the monitoring fee as an expense for financial accounting purposes and for federal income tax purposes; and (4) the Taxpayer was not prohibited from entering into a contract or other arrangement with any third-party services provider (other than the Manager or its affiliates) during the time the management services agreement was in effect.
The UAE Civil Code addresses the termination of muqawala contracts (i.e.
A secured creditor's UCC-1 financing statement is terminated by filing a UCC-3 termination statement in the same filing office where the original UCC-1 was filed.
We also expected, for a variety of reasons, that the likelihood of pregnancy termination would be positively related to a woman's level of education, and that educated women would be more likely than other women to use safer methods of pregnancy termination.
The research on termination fees has shown evidence of increased deal completion when termination fees are present (Bates and Lemmon, 2003; Officer, 2003; Jeon and Ligon, 2011).
Most EPLI policies provide express coverage for wrongful termination and retaliation claims.
Overall, when analyzing QFNs with x-ray, look at the central termination and consider (and measure?) the voiding level to ensure it lies within mutually agreed guidelines.
The incidence of self-induced pregnancy termination is high, especially in low-resource settings.
To answer the question as to whether the consent provisions of the CTOP can also be used for live births, it is necessary to consider (i) the definition of 'termination of pregnancy' in the CTOP; (ii) the purpose of the CTOP; (iii) the definition of 'abortion' in the Abortion and Sterilization Act No.