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1 This train will terminate at Taunton.
2 You have no right to terminate the contract.
3 Either party has the right to terminate the agreement.
4 Either party can terminate the contract at any time.
5 Every summer a number of boys terminate their youthful career in a watery grave.
6 This train will terminate at the next stop - passengers who wish to continue should change trains.
7 After a lot of agonizing she decided to terminate the pregnancy.
8 The usual procedure adopted is to terminate with a fixed resistance in place of or.
9 The Company decided to terminate the project, along with the jobs of the design team.
10 The hearing would decide whether the state should terminate the rights of the biological parents and put the child up for adoption.
11 The order will terminate when the child ceases to be of compulsory school age or if a care order is made.
12 The customer also threatened to terminate his business relationship with the employer.
13 The company had the right to terminate his employment at any time.
14 Both fireballs terminate with high-altitude explosions that shake the ground and rattle windows, but do no damage.
15 Some parents will terminate contact with the therapist because they do not understand why certain questions are being asked.
16 For young women who choose to terminate their pregnancy, the decision is often not easy to implement.
18 Instead it will continue until the particular set of indexes have been applied, and then terminate.
19 Under general treaty law and the law on State responsibility, States can amend or terminate treaties which provide rights for individuals.
20 As the most expensive section of the labour force, middle-aged workers have faced very severe pressures to terminate their employment.
21 A calculation is made of the percentage of non-arrivals, cancellations and guests that terminate their stay earlier than expected.
22 However, I have real concerns about the impact on our family if I terminate him.
23 It was also suggested that a proposal had been made to terminate Bloch's employment.
24 At the gross anatomical level the optic tract can be seen to terminate in a number of discrete relays in the brainstem.
25 Alternatively double click anywhere on the desktop to evoke the TaskManager and select the 1-2-3 task and click on the terminate button.
26 Similarly,(www.Sentencedict.com) breach of condition by the buyer allows the seller to treat the contract as repudiated and terminate it.
27 Melanie was furious, and desperate enough to go to any lengths to terminate the pregnancy.
28 How much notice is required on either side to terminate the tenancy agreement? 11.
29 Alternatively, the customer or supplier may look on the purported transfer as an opportunity to terminate or renegotiate the contract.
30 In general, teenagers from more affluent families are more likely than those from poorer families to terminate their pregnancies.
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