# Terms

## Meanings and phrases

n.

- status with respect to the relations between people or groups; footing
- the amount of money needed to purchase something; price; damage

n.

- (logic) a statement that is necessarily false; contradiction

v.

- discuss the terms of an arrangement; negociate; negotiate

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- In April 2008, ESPN described Leaf as having come to terms with his past.
- Filled with grief and guilt, Paul tried to come to terms with Anne's death.
- Brown had come to terms with Montreal to extend his contract for another year.

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- She also served two terms on the Cheshire Town Council.
- He served two terms (1841–1846, 1846–1851).
- He was reelected in 1848 and served two terms, 1847 to 1851.

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- They have since made amends and are now on good terms.
- Arthur and his mother were not on good terms.
- On the other hand, he gets in good terms with her mother.

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- He served three consecutive terms in that position.
- In 1966, the "two consecutive terms" rule was established.
- Bush was re-elected to consecutive terms in 2010 and 2016.

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- Treaties instead used terms such as "seat of government."
- Previously, simpler terms such as "post" appear to have been used.
- This has led to new terms such as "cyberwarfare" and "cyberterrorism".

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- This description is expressed in terms of an abugida.
- The efficiency of an enzyme can be expressed in terms of "k"/"K".
- This strict upper limit is expressed in terms of the channel capacity.

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- Reaction to the Aura was positive, both in terms of reviews and sales.
- The smallest municipality (also both in terms of population and area) is Herstappe (Limburg).
- He was later greatly influenced by James Cotton, both in terms of musical style and band format.

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- Here are the terms used in some of the main references.
- The most common terms used are listed below.
- The common terms used in the theory are chiefly due to the founders.

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- "It's a good mystery on its own terms," he said.
- She yearns to be free and live life on her own terms.
- It is a puzzle and on its own terms forbids solutions.

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- Cardinality is defined in terms of bijective functions.
- : Ecore is defined in terms of itself).
- The SI second was defined in terms of the caesium atom in 1967.

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- The terms and conditions promise not to reveal this data to any third parties.
- These regulations affected the terms and conditions of employment of civil servants.
- Gleeson CJ agreed generally that the ticket terms and conditions were not incorporated.

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- The mayor and supervisors serve four year terms.
- Councillors are elected to four year terms.
- The Board Members serve two year terms and can be reappointed.

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- In other terms, only MIDI data are visible at endpoint level.
- The other terms are uncommon.
- The final agreement is always a negotiated document setting forth fees and other terms.

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- Some record achievements (e.g., past politicians note the years of their terms of office).
- During this period, Allen instituted several reforms, including limiting the terms of office of key positions.
- The president is elected by popular vote for a term of six years and limited to two consecutive terms of office.

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- In terms of ancestry, 31.8% were Hispanic or Latino, 14.6% of the population were of German ancestry, 9.7% were of Irish ancestry, 8.9% were of English ancestry, and 4.0% were of Italian ancestry.

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- In general terms, its prosperity rose and fell with the price of wool.
- Also in general terms, determines an orbital's shape, and its orientation.
- In general terms, he does this by owning far out-of-the-money put options on stocks.

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- As mayor of Plattsburgh, he served three terms.
- Since that time, he has served three terms.
- Metzel also served three terms in the Montana legislature.

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- They began to exchange letters, in friendly terms.
- He was on friendly terms with Rome, though the Papacy stood at its nadir.
- He was also on friendly terms with Karl Benda, son of Czech violinist and composer Franz Benda.

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- Three of his accomplices also received prison terms.
- Such crimes are punishable by prison terms and heavy fines.
- All three were sentenced to prison terms.

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- It's highly likely I'll die before Scott, but I'm coming to terms with that.
- "It's just me coming to terms with who I am - a mix of a classical and rock musician.
- The Lost Cause myth arose as a means for coming to terms with the Confederacy's defeat.

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- Obaidullah was an innovator in terms of both style and subject matter.
- It enabled revolutionary new designs in terms of both structural complexity and dimension.
- The Buckeyes rank fifth in college football history in terms of both total wins and winning percentage.

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- He served several terms in the Alabama Legislature.
- Magruder attended boarding school for several terms.
- There are several terms that are used to describe client honeypots.

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- According to the Tax Foundation, Pennsylvania ranked 11th in the U.S. in 2008 in terms of property taxes paid as a percentage of home value (1.34%) and 12th in the country in terms of property taxes as a percentage of income (3.55%).

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- International students contribute terms of service.
- These troops enlisted voluntarily and for long terms of service.
- Its terms of service were similar to the Territorial Army of the UK.

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- The "Good Schools Guide" reviewed the school in the following terms:
- In-circuit in-circuit is an adjective that is used in following terms:
- The following terms used with regards to computer security are explained below:

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- New objects can be described in terms of a state of the generating model.
- Test criteria are described in terms of general graphs in the testing textbook.
- This reaction cannot be described in terms of Brønsted theory because there is no proton transfer.

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- In terms of population Ballarat is the third largest inland city in Australia.
- Ethnic Azeri villages are also among the largest in the country in terms of population.
- The smallest municipality (also both in terms of population and area) is Herstappe (Limburg).

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- Furthermore, it has to establish E-Control's terms of reference.
- As a result, obscenity became a new part of their terms of reference.
- Meanwhile, the Greens sought to widen the commission's terms of reference.

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- Title VIII defines or redefines a number of terms.
- A number of terms related to "fatwa" derive from the same root.
- Under section 814, a number of terms relating to cyberterrorism were redefined.

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- It is the richest tropical forest in the world in terms of biodiversity.
- India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.
- As of 2019, India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.

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- Ethnic Azeri villages are also among the largest in the country in terms of population.
- Monaco is the richest country in terms of GDP per capita in the world according to the World Bank report.
- Israel, a leading country in terms of its dairy management techniques, can be a good model for the State to follow.

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- He and his partners co-invest on the same terms and on a peer-opt-in basis.
- Women in Britain finally achieved suffrage on the same terms as men in 1928.
- The Chapman–Enskog formulae for diffusion in gases include exactly the same terms.

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- Seven elected Aboriginal residents hold three year terms in office.
- The Deputy President as the president is limited to two terms in office.
- In other words, the disability does not carry over to subsequent terms in office.

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- The Bank became one of Top-20 banks in Ukraine in terms of total assets.
- Rosneft is also second-to-none in terms of total proved liquid hydrocarbon reserves.
- Nevada was ranked fifth nationally in terms of total offense, averaging 510.6 yards per game.

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- He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Oslo during the terms 1954–1957 and 1958–1961.
- She previously served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament during the terms 1989–1993 and 1997–2001.
- He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Rogaland during the terms 1969–1973 and 1973–1977.

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- Various terms are used for "absolute" and "relative".
- However, in many regions both terms are used.
- Elsewhere, some terms are used with different meanings.

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- When the draft ended, Wieneke agreed to terms with the Minnesota Vikings.
- Two months later, Sydney announced that they had agreed to terms with Motherwell F.C.
- On June 10, 2009, Dellucci agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the Blue Jays.

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- In modern terms it was a part of the initialization vector.
- This data was collected in 1990 and therefore is a conservative estimate in modern terms.
- The cost of damage done by the earthquake is almost impossible to measure in modern terms.

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- (See Basic strokes for an explanation of technical terms.)
- In technical terms, each game server is actually a cluster of server machines.
- In ASL, fingerspelling is used for proper nouns and for technical terms with no native ASL equivalent.

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- Other scholars have used different terms to describe atmatusti.
- As such, those states treat different terms in the same manner as additional terms.
- There is still a theme of birth, pregnancy, or rebirth, it is just concluded in different terms.

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- Next, the Atlanta local came to terms on a move to Säffle FF in spring 2017.
- The Borgohain was promptly dispatched with a second force, but, instead of fighting, he came to terms with the enemy.
- At a meeting at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, Abelman came to terms with Nick and Eddie Sahati to purchase the club.

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- India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.
- As of 2019, India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.
- If they consent, he pays dowry, more often than not reckoned in terms of number of cattle, but also as cash.

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- Many monster games are so big that in practical terms, they are 'unplayable'.
- In practical terms, optimal experiments can reduce the costs of experimentation.
- In practical terms, erecting a horizontal loop antenna on a ship caused several problems.

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- Beal's academic year is divided into 6 equal terms.
- The Australians acquitted themselves well, losing only four of the matches that they played on equal terms.
- In 2010, conscription was made gender-neutral, meaning both women and men would be conscripted –on equal terms.

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- Kelly accepted a five-year ban under similar terms.
- City West or similar terms may also refer to:
- After another defeat, Hormuzan signed another treaty on similar terms to the last.

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- The Tathagata does not think in such terms.
- Words such as 'all', 'and', 'if' are examples of such terms.
- Earlier, such terms were introduced in the Maxwell–Stefan diffusion equation.

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- During both terms, he chaired the Committee on Claims.
- However, in many regions both terms are used.
- At the end of both terms he lost to Labour candidate Arnold Shaw.

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- This is a fall of 4.4% in real terms since 2014.
- Train fares cost 2.7% more than under British Rail in real terms on average.

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- In July 1892 it agreed terms with the GWR and was absorbed by it.
- On 3 September 2007, Gaz de France and Suez announced agreed terms of merger.
- On 12 June 2019, Mancinelli agreed terms with Primera División side Patronato.

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- The new Emperor sought peace terms from the Allies, but his initiatives were vetoed by Italy.
- In 1953, he threatened to use nuclear weapons until China agreed to peace terms in the Korean War.
- When discussing peace terms, Abu Kalijar in turn addressed Jalal in a letter with the title "Shahanshah".

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- Evers served many terms as mayor of Fayette.
- Kwiatkowski served three terms as mayor of Porcupine Plain.
- This also included two terms as mayor in 1981–1982 and 1990–1991.

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- This has led to new terms such as "cyberwarfare" and "cyberterrorism".
- In turn, this has generated new terms to qualify classes of web browser-based games.
- You can help enhance this page by adding new terms or writing definitions for existing ones."

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- Guitarists often use the terms "vibrato" and "tremolo" misleadingly.
- Denver residents use the terms "north", "south", "east", and "west".
- American Samoans still use the terms Western Samoa and Western Samoans.

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- Carney served four terms in the House of Representatives.
- He served four terms there, the last two as minority leader.
- He served four terms as President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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- Each of the skills common to animals is described in terms of how it is applied to the various life forms.
- He gives graphic details in terms of how he finally resorts to begging on the street and how much it shames him.
- The activities of entrepreneurs make prices more accurate in terms of how they represent the marginal utility of consumers.

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- In absolute terms, German military expenditure is the 8th highest in the world.
- The volume of Georgian-Armenian trade remains modest in both relative and absolute terms.
- Armenian exports to China, though still modest in absolute terms, nearly doubled in that period.

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- He sent messengers to Brock asking for three days to agree on terms of surrender.
- Csizmadia also helped to negotiate the same terms of surrender for the Austrians as well.
- The Aragonese took over a mosque next to the castle—in contravention to the terms of surrender.

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- He signed professional terms with Arsenal in July 2002.
- His first stint began as a youth player in 1997 and signed professional terms a year later.
- In February 2012, Júnior signed professional terms with Everton having signed on a free transfer.

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- Gabe comes to terms with this and forgives his friend.
- Pam comes to terms with the separation and tearfully embraces Jim.
- Eisuke dies, and Ryota comes to terms with his problematic relationship with his father.

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- In such complexes, the L and Z ligands can be written in terms of X.
- The equation for the covariant derivative can be written in terms of Christoffel symbols.
- Specifically, the higher order can be written in terms of and through a recurrence relation.

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- The formal interpretation of an SDE is given in terms of what constitutes a solution to the SDE.
- He has a terrific attitude but is at a crossroads because of his age in terms of what direction he should go in".
- However, as she told "IndieWire", the writers "managed to find the same trajectory for [her] character in terms of what she means to Claire."

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- It is the largest airport site in terms of area in Brazil.
- In terms of area, it is the largest municipality in Slovenia.
- Lichtensteig is the smallest municipality in Toggenburg in terms of area, with only .

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- In simple terms the brain consisted only of water and CSF.
- Also many concepts in Sufism are described in this book in simple terms.
- In simple terms, altruism is caring about the welfare of other people and acting to help them.

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- This can be understood in terms of probability.
- These charges and holes are understood in terms of quantum physics.
- Vibrational motion could be understood in terms of conservation of energy.

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- Colleges vary in terms of size, degree, and length of stay.
- The Godzilla suit built for this film was the biggest in terms of size and girth.
- In terms of size and coordination number, europium(II) and barium(II) are similar.

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- Much Cretan music is improvisational, especially in terms of its "lyrics."
- stative verbs) behave differently from those indexing actions, especially in terms of the person affixes they take.
- National news has reported on the effectiveness of the forum, especially in terms of aiding collaboration between UK cyber companies.

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- After serving two terms, she was succeeded in 2014 by John S. Macholz.
- He was first elected to the Senate in 1863, ultimately serving two terms.
- He is a past chairman of the board of governors for the NBA serving two terms.

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- Smith agreed to contract terms with the Pistons on July 9, 1963.
- The Bears scheduled a press conference to announce the hiring before McGinnis agreed to contract terms.
- On 9 October 2014, Robinson signed non contract terms with Southern Football League club Dorchester Town.

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- The burden of debt can also be measured in terms of the amount of interest it generates relative to the income of the borrower.
- Opportunity cost is the cost of any activity measured in terms of the value of the next best alternative foregone (that is not chosen).
- In global terms the size of the Territory's GDP measured in terms of purchasing power is ranked as 215th out of a total of 229 countries.

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- Walter Lippmann left the magazine in 1921 on bad terms with Croly.
- However, they were on bad terms.
- On bad terms with much of his extended family, he boarded with several different people.

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- Locating a secondary school in a location central to the Village Council's boundaries so that the catchment is equitably served in terms of travel distance was a key consideration.
- In 2017, Belarusian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 67 countries and territories, ranking the Belarusian passport 70th in terms of travel freedom according to the Henley visa restrictions index.
- As of October 2018, Belarusian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 77 countries and territories, ranking the Belarusian passport 68th in terms of travel freedom according to the Henley Passport Index.

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- Mirisch has served three terms as president of the Producers Guild of America.
- He served a term as third vice president and two terms as president from 1971–73.
- He served two terms as president of the International Federation of Systems Research during 1994-98.

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- "This book makes it's case in stark, personal terms."
- They received permission to hold signing talks with a view to agreeing personal terms over a move.
- However, the deal fell through when Buffel was unable to agree personal terms with the Bundesliga side.

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- The subject could be approached only in terms of dialectical materialism.
- This "God's gift" is explicable only in terms of Glagolitic "a" (), which represents the cross, i.e.
- The official press agency TASS accused Reagan of "thinking only in terms of confrontation and bellicose, lunatic anti-communism".

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- and giving the full terms, was presented to General Willcocks in public jirga.
- Incumbent mayor Dada Rosada did not participate, having served two full terms as mayor.
- The mayor and commissioners each hold four-year terms, and are limited to two full terms each.

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- In terms of sales, it debuted on the "Billboard" 200 at #9.
- In terms of sales, Burroughs was always a distant second to IBM.
- Their PDP and successor VAX products were the most successful of all minicomputers in terms of sales.

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- His’ embryology is not explained in terms of ancestral history.
- Forcing, for example, is often explained in terms of countable models.
- This exception can be explained in terms of hybridization and inner-shell effects.

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- After this he served more terms in the municipal council.
- Each side of an algebraic equation will contain one or more terms.
- He then took a hiatus before serving two more terms, 1889–1891 and 1895–1897.

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- He served several terms in the Alabama Legislature.
- Elected Deputy to the Connecticut General Assembly in 1706, Law served several terms until 1717.
- In addition to farming, Joseph Blake also served several terms as county surveyor starting in 1884.

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- This created a flat tax of 3 percent on incomes above $800 ($ in current dollar terms).
- This price reduction is comparable to a reduction from $15,000 to $10,000 in dollar terms from the year 2000.
- In absolute dollar terms, the United States government is the largest international aid donor ($23 billion in 2014).

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- In legal terms, it is the essential element of a lawsuit.
- In legal terms this is the difference between an irrationality test and a reasonable man test.
- List of Latin legal terms A number of Latin terms are used in legal terminology and legal maxims.

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- The Compact's financial terms are being renegotiated for an extension period.
- Syndication is generally initiated by the grant of a mandate by the borrower to the arranging bank(s) or 'lead managers' setting out the financial terms of the proposed loan.
- However, his chances of selection were increased through the rejection by four leading professional cricketers, including Hayward, of the financial terms offered for the tour.

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- The verdicts carry potential jail terms of up to 25 years in state prison.
- Miller and Cooper faced potential jail terms for failure to cooperate with the Special Counsel's investigations.
- Individuals who attempt to run as independents or self-nominated candidates sometimes face repercussions, including jail terms.

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- The are rational approximations to and two successive terms always enclose the true value of .
- He served five successive terms as mayor on its first achieving municipal borough status, from 1867 onwards.
- Later, he kept on winning from the same constituency and remained an MP in the next six successive terms till 2009.

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- He ranks above his fellow representatives whose terms began January 3, 1999.
- From 1789 to 1958, senators whose terms began on the same day are listed alphabetically.

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- But, it cannot be explained in normal economic terms to an outsider, especially an American.
- There is no requirement that the consideration be commensurate in economic terms to the original promise.
- In economic terms, Dammstadt was a prime competitor of Hildesheim, and the citizens of Dammstadt supported Henry.

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- He served many terms on the Choctaw Council.
- Evers served many terms as mayor of Fayette.
- He eventually became a State Senator in Kansas in 1904 and served many terms.

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- Norms are given in terms of percentiles for the adult population.
- The formal interpretation of an SDE is given in terms of what constitutes a solution to the SDE.
- A more recent quantum description is given in terms of atomic contributions to the electronic density of states.

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- Borrowings are limited to lexical items; with local place names and terms for local fauna and flora being adopted by the English.
- It examined the school district's website for information regarding; taxes, the current budget, meetings, school board members names and terms, contracts, audits, public records information and more.

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- But then with all terms on the right hand side in .
- The Kasner mode is a solution of when ignoring all terms in the right hand sides.
- Admiral Itō, despite the reservations of some members of his staff, agreed to all terms.

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- 62nd Division In military terms, 62nd Division may refer to:
- 123rd Division In military terms, 123rd Division or 123rd Infantry Division may refer to:
- Once enlistment has taken place, recruits are subject to military terms of service and begin their initial training.

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- He served three terms before losing to Republican Nancy A. Sullivan in 1990.
- He served three terms before being defeated by then City Councilman Martin J.
- He won four more two-year terms before opting not to seek re-election in 2018.