termination

  1. a coming to an end of a contract period
  2. the act of ending something

Termination

1. The connection of a discreet impedance at the end of a transmission line. When the characteristic impedance of the cable (75 Ohms in CCTV) is the value used (as should always be the case) the maximum power is transferred with no reflections. 2. It can refer to the physical act of terminating a cable with a special connector, which for coaxial ca...
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termination

[n] - a coming to an end of a contract period 2. [n] - the act of ending something
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termination

The steps in a chain reaction in which reactive intermediates are destroyed or rendered inactive, thus ending the chain.
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Termination

(Abortion) Ending a pregnancy
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termination

An electric input or output point of a circuit or component to which electrical connections can be made.
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Termination

A buyer's right to end a contract for a serious breach committed by the seller. The buyer rejects the goods and in return gets a refund. In addition, a buyer may be entitled to damages (see ‘damages')
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Termination

Ter`mi·na'tion noun [ Latin terminatio a bounding, fixing, determining: confer French terminasion , Old French also termination . See Term .] 1. The act of terminating, or of limiting or setting bounds; the act of ending or concluding; as, a voluntary terminatio...
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termination

<molecular biology> Stop of mRNA synthesis (i.e., transcription) at the terminator site ... Top of protein synthesis (i.e., translation) at the stop codon. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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termination

ending noun the act of ending something; `the termination of the agreement`
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termination

expiration noun a coming to an end of a contract period; `the expiry of his driver`s license`
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Termination

• (n.) A word; a term. • (n.) Last purpose of design. • (n.) End; conclusion; result. • (n.) The act of terminating, or of limiting or setting bounds; the act of ending or concluding; as, a voluntary termination of hostilities. • (n.) That which ends or bounds; limit in space or extent; bound; end; as, the termination of a ...
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termination

(from the article `chain reaction`) ...with the original reactants, producing stable products and another intermediate, whether of the same or different kind; the new intermediate ...
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termination

(from the article `Native American`) The ultimate goals of assimilationist programming were to completely divest native peoples of their cultural practices and to terminate their special ...
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Termination

Cancellation of an contract or instrument with settlement based on terms previously agreed to. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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termination

the end of a crystal that has grown properly, can be rounded, flat or pointed
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Termination

1) The act of preparing the connection or transition of an insulating cable. 2) The device that transitions an underground cable to an overhead cable or wire.Speed Systems manufactures tools used to terminate cables. Thomas & Betts Elastimold manufa
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termination

A unilateral declaration of intent by one contracting party to the other to the effect that the contractual relationship is to be ended at a specified time. It takes effect when it is received by the contracting partner. Unless provisions in the contract of employment or a collective agreement regulate otherwise, no special formalities need be obs...
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termination

any arrangement provided for making the connections between the machine internal leads and the external conductors
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termination

a part of an accessory to which a conductor is permanently attached
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termination

a device fitted to the end of a cable to ensure electrical connection with other parts of the system and to maintain the insulation up to the point of connection
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termination

1) a permanent connection 2) the part of a contact, terminal or terminal end to which a conductor is normally connected
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Termination

The premature ending of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation. The fetus and placenta are removed from the uterus during an abortion. The abortion may be induced for medical or personal choices. An abortion can occur spontaneously, in which it would be called a miscarriage. Approximately 45 million medically induced abortions are perfo...
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termination

Type: Term Pronunciation: ter′mi-nā′shŭn Definitions: 1. An end or ending, particularly a nerve ending. 2. Induced ending of a pregnancy. Synonyms: terminatio See: ending
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Termination

A foreign exchange transaction can be terminated before the settlement date: by agreement between you and the Commonwealth Bank; or as set out in the foreign exchange contract documentation. You will be liable for any loss, costs, fees, charges and expenses, including without limitation any break costs and interest, suffered or incurred by the Comm...
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