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expire

To end; to die.

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Karin Riepe, WC Regional Chair - Regional Chair term expires December 31, 2014
Speaking of "delete you from our subscriber file," for the first couple of months post-expire I tend to avoid the word expire and recommend techniques such as "extend your subscription so you don't miss.
We strongly indicated our support for the measure,'' said Ken Green, a spokesman for Disney, whose copyright on Mickey Mouse was scheduled to expire in 2003, on Pluto in 2005, on Goofy in 2007 and on Donald Duck in 2009.
Due to limitations on the use of T's NOL, the entire NOL expires unused.
If the law expires and the owner decides to seek another tenant, they must wait until the end of the lease.
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?
Kelley, whose term expires in 1994, is the company's president and chief executive officer.
Recent voting by members of the United Rubber Workers union indicates that managements are going to be in for some tough negotiations when contracts begin to expire.
Directors (Terms Expire 1992) Donald Handley Premier Refractories/Chemicals
Fitch will continue to monitor the performance of the Gould project, which will contribute 20% of cash available for debt service once the fixed price period expires.
Many publishers call expires the month before, month of or the month after expire.
Yet the financial institution merely postponed the problem: The debit card expires in 1999.