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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.
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Termination

An ornamental element that finishes off an architectural feature.
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termination

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

The point where a line, channel or circuit ends. See SCSI termination and hybrid.
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In North Lanarkshire there were 811 terminations, up from 751 in 2016.
Among those aged 16 to 19 there were 218 terminations; 414 in those aged 20 to 24; 314 terminations among those aged 25 to 29; 267 among 30-to-34 year olds; 183 among those aged 35 to 39; and 54 relating to women over 40.
This unfortunate result in a few high-profile projects generated hysteria about the negative effects of terminations, (4) generally not borne out by the facts.
On account of the many difficulties arising out of most terminations, it is advisable for contracts to contain "early warning" mechanisms that alert the parties to breaches and allow opportunity for the breach to be cured (or for negotiations to occur) prior to the breach becoming a ground for termination.
By being a planar device, however, QFN edge terminations have far less solder volume than BGA joints, and the opportunity for more obvious variations may be reduced.
[20] in the west of Pretoria, SA, found a large reduction in maternal mortality and no change in maternal morbidity due to pregnancy terminations since the implementation of the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act.
[7] The emphasis on the killing of a fetus is consistent with the definition of terminations of pregnancy in Rhode Island, where reference is made to procuring or inducing miscarriages in pregnant women; [7] in Zambia, where direct reference is made to abortions in their Termination of Pregnancy Act; [8] and in Zimbabwe, where terminations of pregnancy are those that are undertaken 'otherwise than with the intention of delivering a live child'.
The new IMT chip terminations can be fabricated on alumina or aluminum nitride of various thicknesses.
"For cause" terminations create more grief than other types of termination.
Terminations "for convenience" allow owners and developers to end the relationship for essentially any reason.
The Federal Reserve's enforcement action web site, www.federalreserve.gov/boarddocs/enforcement, reports the terminations as they occur.
Proposed change relocates text on termination of Canadian Commercial Corporation contracts, from Part 225, Foreign Acquisition, to a more appropriate location in Part 249, Termination of Contracts; deletes unnecessary cross-references; and relocates to PGI, procedures for preparation of contract termination status reports, for completion of forms to document termination settlements, for preparation of settlement negotiation memoranda, and for congressional notification of significant contract terminations.