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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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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.
Crosswave will announce the full terms and conditions of the agreement after the definitive agreement is signed.
Please refer to the Company's current report on Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the full terms and conditions of the bridge financing.
THUS has today announced the full terms of its proposed refinancing ("the THUS Announcement") and is today launching an open offer of approximately 573 million new ordinary shares in THUS at 48p per share to raise approximately (pound)275 million before expenses.
The full terms and conditions of the preferred stock are being disclosed as an exhibit to a SEC filing by the Company.
The Offer Document containing the full terms and conditions of the Offer was posted to Perpetual Shareholders on 2 November 2000.
pilcrow (paragraph sign)] The Offer Document containing the full terms and conditions of the Offer was posted to Perpetual Shareholders on 2nd November 2000.
The offer is subject to the full terms and conditions set out in the offer document issued on 19 June 2000.