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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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For example, if an Employer terminates on account of a Contractor's breach, it is common for the Employer to not be required to make further payment to the Contractor until the cost of completing the works (and therefore of engaging an alternative contractor) has been determined.
The grantor maintains the right to terminate this provision, at which point the trust would no longer be defective.
Delta Air Lines' pilots want a $1 billion payment if the airline decides to terminate an employee pension plan.
2004-85 addressed the issue of when a QSub election terminates in a merger.
If the QSub election subsequently terminates (whether by choice or by a change in either the parent's or the subsidiary's eligibility for S or QSub status), Sec.