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full term

Etymology: AS, fol + Gk, terma, limit
pertaining to the normal period of human gestation, between 38 and 41 weeks. When pregnancy is calculated from the date of the last menstrual cycle, full term is considered 37 to 40 weeks.
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The full term COPs are secured by district lease payments that come from a separate unlimited property tax levy and are not subject to appropriation.
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Full terms and conditions of the LOI are confidential and have not been disclosed at this time.
The Company is mailing the Offer to Purchase and related documents to all shareholders of record containing the full terms and conditions of the Tender Offer.
The full terms of the tender offer and the consent solicitation are set forth in the Statement and in the related consent and letter of transmittal.
He added: ``Two full terms should be adequate to get the job done.
Norris is proposing to limit council members to eight years of service, which translates to two full terms for council members and four full terms for the mayor.
Full terms and conditions of the guarantee are available on the company's Web site.
References in this press release to the Stockholders Rights Agreement are qualified in their entirety by the full terms of such agreement, a copy of which may be obtained from the transfer agent.
The full terms of the conversion rights of holders of the Notes are set forth in the indenture governing the Notes.