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expiry

(ĭk-spīr′ē)
n. pl. expi·ries
1. An expiration, especially of a contract or an agreement.
2. Death.
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The Company has applied to the Toronto Stock Exchange (the TSX) to re-extend the expiry date of the 2012 Warrants to June 22, 2017, provided that in the event that the trading price of the Companys common shares on the TSX shall exceed Cdn$19.
The ayurvedic medicines have been divided into different categories with expiry dates ranging from one to 10 years.
The company has extended the expiry date of warrants issued concurrent with the issuance of certain promissory notes.
A senior municipal official said the municipal inspectors seized the chips with fake expiry dates from the stores of the distributing company.
The directive does not make provision for anything other than expiry throughout the EU.
The listing for each country summarizes the relevant patent expiry data for that authority, including patent term duration under current law and current patent legislation and conditions affecting patent terms, such as availability of extensions.
Palivizumab - Key patent, SPC, and data exclusivity expiry (7 country coverage)
If you or somebody you care for uses EpiPen Adrenaline Auto-Injectors, you should check the expiry date on each EpiPen device and compare it with the information on the carton.
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From the beginning of 2006 through mid 2008, however, 19 of these agents (20% of blockbuster sales) will face patent expiry.