due date

NOUN
  1. the date on which an obligation must be repaid
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  • Due dates tracked by this measure were dates for direct mail drops in accordance with the marketing schedule.
  • Recently signing to star in the abortively named Due Date alongside saving-grace Robert Downey Jr., Galifianakis is currently in talks for Funny Story from Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Casting: Zach Galifianakis in It’s Kind of a Funny Story; Nicolas Cage Explains (Disses?) The Green Hornet | /Film
  • Last Friday afternoon, her waters broke and she started having contractions, even though she was two months before her due date.
  • So turnabout is only fair in Due Date, with him playing the foil -- to Zach Galifianakis. Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Due Date
  • Some sort of campaign of public misinformation seems to be underway, raising our hopes just to dash them again when the due date arrives and the work is no nearer to completion.
  • It could be argued that baby Kennedy should arrive closer to its due date in the middle of this month - and polling day.
  • If payment is not made by the due date, 10% will be added to the bill.
  • Don’t be disappointed AndrewZRX – this is all part of the birth experience: going past your due date; being looked upon skeptically by medical personnel who think you’ve peed yourself and don’t even know it; being sent home babyless to twiddle your thumbs and wait for something more definitive to happen. BREAKING NEWS! UPDATED! « knitnut.net
  • My 9 mo. pregnant wife Heidi and I took these Blacktail bucks in Northern CA, on Aug 11 wich is our 2nd anniversary and my wifes due date. Field & Stream
  • Only a significantly wrong due date separates Lou Madden from a perfect Super Bowl attendance record.
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