expiry vs expiration

expiry expiration

Definitions

  • 1) UK death
  • 2) UK end, termination, expiration
  • 3) An expiration, especially of a contract or an agreement.
  • 4) Expiration.
  • 5) the event of dying or departure from life
  • 6) Expiration; termination.

Definitions

  • 1) A coming to a close; cessation; extinction; termination; end.
  • 2) That which is expired; matter breathed forth; that which is produced by breathing out, as a sound.
  • 3) The act of expiring
  • 4) The act or process of breathing out, or forcing air from the lungs through the nose or mouth; as, respiration consists of inspiration and expiration; -- opposed to inspiration.
  • 5) The last emission of breath; death.
  • 6) Emission of volatile matter; exhalation.
  • 7) The act of coming to a close; termination.
  • 8) Archaic Death.
  • 9) The act of breathing out; exhalation.
  • 10) The act of expiring.
  • 11) (Physiol.) The act or process of breathing out, or forcing air from the lungs through the nose or mouth; ; -- opposed to inspiration.
  • 12) the act of expelling air from the lungs
  • 13) Emission of volatile matter from any substance; evaporation; exhalation: as, the expiration of oxygen by plants.
  • 14) The act of breathing out; expulsion of air from the lungs in the process of respiration: opposed to inspiration.
  • 15) Close; end; conclusion; termination: as, the expiration of a month or year; the expiration of a contract or a lease.
  • 16) That which is produced by audible expiring or breathing out, as a sound.
  • 17) The last emission of breath; cessation; death.

Examples

  • 1) The lease expiry profile affords us the ability to be in control of a planned rebalancing of the business.
  • 2) As leases approach expiry, confidence in an area often diminishes and households and agencies become unwilling to invest in the fabric of the property.
  • 3) The gelatine can be adapted to match the expiry period of the food by altering the concentration - with higher concentration gels staying solid longer.
  • 4) Must do this before November when the 2 years since expiry is up.
  • 5) Many people are questioning the need for such a short term expiry on passports.
  • 6) For example, if we require active participation on twiki. org, svn, or the mailing list, with short term expiry, we exclude Will Thomas, Adam Hyde, and anyone that goes on a long sabbatical. tbh, i feel this may be a good thing, as voting without a full knowledge of the issues is not as good for the group.
  • 7) The commission said in January that the vote would be held in August due to security issues and logistical problems, not 30 to 60 days before Karzai's scheduled term expiry on May
  • 8) What's New in This Release: [read full changelog] · Increased usability (e.g. email filters in Ajax WebMail, Free/Busy enhancements) and security (Greylisting, password expiry notifications in Outlook), and many more.
  • 9) To get the password expiry date enter chage - l userName
  • 10) It basically makes granting and revoking rights a piece of cake, not to mention added security it provides through password expiry and password history, the customization level it permits, the fact that it runs on any MySQL 5.0 or later and it's easily deployable on any official MySQL binary, platform independent. to this page.
  • 11) ‘Member States are at liberty not to apply the six-year period beyond the date of expiry of a patent protecting the original medicinal product.’
  • 12) ‘The notion of an injunction to restrain the use of an invention after the date of expiry of the patent to which it relates, seems anomalous, going against the very purpose of the patent system.’
  • 13) ‘I can't see what's wrong with an ‘automatic expiry date’ - laws are tough to remove from the statute books, laws which curtail freedoms should be watched.’
  • 14) ‘Please send me your credit card number, expiry date, your name (as it is written on the card), your address, and the three-digit security number on the signature strip.’
  • 15) ‘They advise homeowners not to worry if their existing windows or doors do not comply with the new legislation - there is no expiry date on the old style glass.’
  • 16) ‘It is not too difficult for criminals to guess the card expiry date, which is required to validate a transaction, as these are issued in three-month blocks.’
  • 17) ‘Most conscientious online retailers now ask for the three-digit security code on the back of the card in addition to the card number and expiry date.’
  • 18) ‘In the case of periodic tenancies the legislature left landlords free to bring them to an end by the service and expiry of valid notices to quit.’
  • 19) ‘Their campaign slogan is that justice has no expiry date - but they have waited a long time.’
  • 20) ‘‘Yes, I'd like to increase my credit limit,’ I say, once the formalities of the credit card number and expiry date are out of the way.’
  • 21) ‘The original licence expiry date was to be 3rd November.’
  • 22) ‘Accordingly the lease will continue until its contractual expiry date.’
  • 23) ‘International students in those two provinces now have the option of working up to 20 hours per week in off-campus employment, and the one-year period before student visa expiry has been pushed up to two.’
  • 24) ‘You will need a full passport, and it must have a minimum of six months remaining before expiry.’
  • 25) ‘Following the plaintiff's termination and expiry of working notice, the defendant contracted some work out to the plaintiff.’
  • 26) ‘Where the government has already granted the right to farm shellfish to non-Maori, agreements could be worked out on an individual basis and the contract re-negotiated on its expiry.’
  • 27) ‘In the case of a house valued at £135,000, on expiry of the lease the landlord can demand approximately £10,800 plus costs.’
  • 28) ‘A compensation scheme is being set up to reimburse those who have suffered personal financial loss due to expiry of tickets or unplanned accommodation costs.’
  • 29) ‘The expiry of the electoral integrity act will make this easier.’
  • 30) ‘Upon expiry of their visas, the mother and daughter were unable to extend their stay in the country.’
  • 31) ‘Three others lapsed due to expiry of the six-month application period, while one application was rejected by the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.’
  • 32) ‘The expiry of the limitation period explains why numerous agreement and events occurred on the following dates.’
  • 33) ‘Some of the share dealing took place within weeks of expiry of the lock-in period agreed in the offering prospectus.’
  • 34) ‘The expiry of the transitional period on 30 June 2007 seems a long, long way away.’
  • 35) ‘Previous practices created an expectation over time that leases over Crown lands are automatically re granted to existing holders on expiry of a term.’
  • 36) ‘The charges came two days before expiry of the 90-day limit for him to be held without charges.’
  • 37) ‘He claimed, that the company ‘has obtained the consent of the Ministry of Finance to sell its entire shareholding prior to the expiry of the lockup period’.’
  • 38) ‘The accused would be handed back to the Central Bureau of Investigation after the expiry of his remand period, they asserted.’
  • 39) ‘After the expiry of the lease period, the landowner will be at his discretion to convert the land into a shopping complex or a multiplex.’
  • 40) ‘If the court is to determine that there are special circumstances it must do so before the expiry of the six month period.’
  • 41) ‘Where an information has been laid within the six-month period it can be amended after the expiry of that period.’
  • 42) ‘The expiry of the board's three-year tenure of office was announced by the Sport, Youth and Child Development Minister yesterday.’

Examples

  • 1) Despacio had been one of the few free converts who did not have a built-in expiration date written into his coding.
  • 2) In order to set that up, the council agreed on the term expiration date for places one and two being March 15, 2011 and term expiration date for places three, four and five being March 15, 2013.
  • 3) Current board members and their term expiration dates are:
  • 4) No more automatic reappointment of sitting directors at their term expiration if no one else runs for the seat.
  • 5) Because of a term expiration, a vacancy exists on the Lafayette Preservation Commission for a four-year term effective Nov. 19, 2008.
  • 6) ‘Best of all, buyers can sell a contract before expiration and need to take possession of any bottles of wine only if they want to drink them.’
  • 7) ‘Free agency allows an athlete to market himself or herself for the best possible price to any team upon the expiration of a contract.’
  • 8) ‘All this comes at a bad time for Big Pharma, which is facing the imminent expiration of patents on many of its blockbusters and fewer-than-expected new drugs in the pipeline.’
  • 9) ‘Thus, the reappointment contract provides nontenured faculty with no expectation of continued service after the annual contract's expiration.’
  • 10) ‘One day, each and every one of their contracts will be near expiration, and when that happens, they will need to negotiate.’
  • 11) ‘The effect of the policy has been to keep these soldiers in the service beyond the date of their enlistment contract's expiration.’
  • 12) ‘With the contract expiration looming large, both sides are meeting sixteen hours a day.’
  • 13) ‘All of the chains are keeping their doors open with the aid of strikebreakers hired in advance of the contract expiration.’
  • 14) ‘She sought to minimize losses from its patent expiration by getting FDA approval for an additional use under another brand name.’
  • 15) ‘The extra month added onto the agreement was designed to shift the next contract's expiration to after the holiday season.’
  • 16) ‘The expiration of various derivatives contracts also helped gains, traders said.’
  • 17) ‘He himself refused to renew his contract after its expiration on June 30, saying that ‘he was not able to work in such an atmosphere.’’
  • 18) ‘All staff effected by expiration of contract would be personally spoken to by the general or senior manager and only then confirmed in writing.’
  • 19) ‘The year end expiration of the bonus depreciation tax benefit, which was expected to boost outlays, had no major impact.’
  • 20) ‘He's more accustomed to payouts in the single-digit millions, though he did net $16.8 million this summer when he sold more shares nearing expiration.’
  • 21) ‘Upon expiration of the rental period, however, the program is no longer readily accessible until ordered again.’
  • 22) ‘On Sunday, both delegations in Kenya agreed to extend their ceasefire by two months beyond its scheduled expiration at the end of September.’
  • 23) ‘The end came with the expiration of his Internet account, and subsequent isolation from cyberspace.’
  • 24) ‘He left at the expiration of his visa on March 10.’
  • 25) ‘International students will have almost three months to comply with regulations following the expiration of their residency permits.’
  • 26) ‘Shares in newly listed search engine fell 2 per cent as investors braced for the expiration of a lockup period that has kept insiders at the web search company from selling stock.’
  • 27) ‘The expiration of the 800 days within which the Prime Minister promised to considerably improve living standards provoked mixed feelings among politicians.’
  • 28) ‘The six month sentence will commence on the legal expiration of his 21 year sentence.’
  • 29) ‘They were sentenced to life imprisonment by the Judge, who also ordered that they not be released before the expiration of 20 years.’
  • 30) ‘The Act stipulates that because it is more than six months before the expiration of five years since the last general elections, a by-election must be held.’
  • 31) ‘An action under this section shall not be brought after the expiration of two years from the death of the deceased.’
  • 32) ‘On expiration of the nine-year period, the property may be sold if wished.’
  • 33) ‘Ranging from full inspiration to full expiration, lung densities more than double.’
  • 34) ‘When listening to normal respiration, inspiration composes approximately one-third of the respiratory cycle and expiration the remaining two-thirds.’
  • 35) ‘It is generally held that during breathing at rest expiration is a mainly ‘passive’ process, although some activity in expiratory muscles may maintain the outflow of air.’
  • 36) ‘Examiners compared observed systolic pressure between inspiration and expiration, and subtracted the two values.’
  • 37) ‘Static lung compliance was measured by an interrupter technique during a relaxed expiration from total lung capacity.’
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