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expire

To end; to die.

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Most of the edible items available at shops are expired and sold at higher rates.
The AIIMS responded on Saturday, saying that no expired surgical consumable items were available or used in any of its patient care areas including the out-patient department, wards, casualty units and operation theatres.
BEIRUT: Holcim, an international concrete company, will provide an industrial incinerator to help dispose with Lebanon's lingering stores of expired food, Environment Ministry sources told The Daily Star Monday.
1 200 kg of expired meat and other food items were discovered recently in a large grocery chain, he said, speaking for the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR.
The teams will operate in all emirates to inspect companies that are violating regulations by having expired labour cards on their records.
a leading provider of Internet services to web hosting companies and ISPs worldwide, has announced an exclusive agreement with Afternic to auction Tucows' large daily inventory of expired domain names.
MTNA President Paul Stewart, NCTM, left, recognized Division presidents whose terms of office expired at the end of the conference.
Accordingly, it concluded that if a taxpayer filed an amended return after the notification period had expired (i.
The decision handed down by the Supreme Court judge should now give tenants who drag their heels when it comes to vacating their space once the lease has expired pause for thought.
Justices ruled that once a statute of limitations had expired, any law extending the time period for prosecuting a crime would be unconstitutional.
Summary of Expired Leases - This report will list the summary of all leases (by country) that have expired as of the date entered by the user.
This is especially true where subsidiary net operating loss (NOL) or capital loss carryovers exist or expired previously.