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Q. I heard that HIV is no longer considered a terminal illness?!? I saw a T.V. program about it and they said it’s a “chronic disease”. What does that means?? Is it true?

A. It’s true, it’s no longer considered terminal, but believe me, don’t throw away your condoms…the medication prolongs life and give you a chance to live but they are expensive and have nasty side effects. Enough to make you consider stop using them, and then the HIV comes back like nothing happened. Protect your self. It’s MUCH cheaper and wiser..

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A contract can also be terminated if a worker commits violations prohibited under Article 120 of the Federal Labour Law.
As well as clearly setting out contractually agreed termination rights, it is important that the contract provides that it may be terminated without a court order.
Healthcare-related termination benefits that are provided as the result of a large-scale, age-related program (for example, an early-retirement incentive program that affects a significant portion of employees) should be measured at their discounted present values based on projected total claims costs (or age-adjusted premiums approximating claims costs) for terminated employees, with consideration given to the expected future healthcare cost trend rate.
The agreement should explicitly state that you bear no liability if the agreement is terminated or not renewed in accordance with its terms.
The Internal Security Division of the Justice Department -- terminated.
A: It sounds like you terminated both ends of the 50-pin cable with the controller at one end and the Zip drive at the other end.
Further, as discussed below, a broker's authority under an agreement with no set term may continue until formally terminated.
Last year, researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City reported a controversial study of 17 twin pregnancies in which they terminated a severely defective fetus in the uterus, leaving its healthy twin undisturbed (SN: 5/6/89, p.
has terminated its reporting obligations under the Exchange Act, and it is the stated intention of BellSouth Corporation not to provide any further financial reporting information.
Under the Civil Code, a construction contract may be terminated based on one of two grounds: termination for convenience (also referred to as "termination at will") and termination for default.
It can be terminated in any of three ways: (1) The shareholders revoke the election, (2) the corporation no longer satisfies the eligibility requirements or (3) the corporation has too much passive income during the three previous tax years.