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expire

To end; to die.

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Funding for projects under the TCRP is scheduled to expire if the projects do not begin by certain deadlines.
Nancy McMeekin, Oakstone Publishing, "At expire, we use a bright red, glossy envelope stating, 'This is your last issue.
25) The statement attached to the tax return must identify the following: the amount of each loss carryover deemed to expire (or the amount of each loss carryover deemed not to expire, with any balance of any loss carryovers being deemed to expire), the basis of any stock reduced as a result of the deemed expiration, and the computation of the basis reduction.
The URW's contract with the major tiremakers expires next Spring.
Directors (Terms Expire 1993) Gerald Dick Shanafelt Mfg Co
Bob Spidell at Spidell's California Tax Letter did some A/B testing and learned that a full-blown, four-page sales letter did better with expires than sending a current issue with a one-page letter along the lines of "Don't you miss us?
Central Foundry Div/GMC PO Box 592 Danville, IL 61832 217/431-9253 FAX 217/431-9357 Directors (Terms Expire 1990) Charles L.
Many publishers call expires the month before, month of or the month after expire.
ZVM strike prices have been set at 25, 27 1/2, 30, 32 1/2, 35, 40, 45, and 50, and the 2001 LEAPS(R) will expire in January 2001.
Once the copyright expires, anyone can use the character or publish the book without getting permission or paying royalties.
Goldstein agrees that those tenants that would be targets for any eviction if the rent laws actually expire for good won't be going too far too fast.
Eversman added his expire file (I'd been nagging him to) of 7,000 names and, for the first time, tested the gay market with lists from a gay travel newsletter and a gay magazine.