Term

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long term   (長期)

Implications of long term developmental trajectories.

Aston Martin needed funds to survive in the long term.

This form of wiring is known as long term potentiation.

second term   (2期目)

Simitian was re-elected to a second term in 2008.

His second term was inaugurated on August 10, 1894.

Senator Jim Inhofe won re-election to a second term.

first term   (初学期)

Seventy-five students were enrolled the first term.

By 1912, Taft's first term was coming to an end.

José Adriano exercises his first term of state deputy.

term used   (使用される用語)

Denverites is a term used for residents of Denver.

The colloquial term used for the city is Kipoo .

Lākhe is the term used to denote carnivorous demons.

short term   (短期)

SSRIs appear useful for OCD, at least in the short term.

They offered to pay half of the amount on short term basic.

Vanessa Lucas was a short term member of Tall Tales and True.

third term   (第三学期)

Walker sought a third term in the 2018 elections.

In 2008, Fernández was as elected for a third term.

He was sworn into his third term on January 3, 2017.

term of office   (任期)

before his extended term of office was complete."

The term of office of the council is five years.

His fourth term of office began on 1 September.

use the term   (用語を使用する)

Some authorities use the term "avicularia" (pl.

Leibniz, however, did not use the term "psychologia".

The earliest sources do not use the term "West Saxon".

coined the term   (用語を造った)

He coined the term black-body radiation in 1862.

also coined the term “audiogram” at that time.

Piyush Mathur coined the term "archigenderic".

used the term   (用語を使用しました)

He rather used the term "billions "upon" billions".

Maurice later disavowed having used the term himself.

Broadcaster Glenn Beck used the term in describing her.

term in office   (任期)

He completed his term in office on 17 December 2007.

Becker won reelection to another term in office.

By 109 BC he had finished his term in office.

term beginning   (学期開始)

Senator from New York for a six-year term beginning on March 4, 1869.

Senator from New York for a six-year term beginning on March 4, 1867.

Senator from New York for a six-year term beginning on March 4, 1863.

full term   (満期)

Later that year, Bing was re-elected to a full term.

She took office for her first full term on 27 May 2019.

Governor Eloy Inos, was elected to his first full term.

term limits   (期間制限)

He voted against term limits for certain officials.

House members serve two-year terms without term limits.

His term ended due to term limits in 2010.

another term   (別の用語)

Becker won reelection to another term in office.

He was sworn in for another term on 3 October.

In 2011 he was re-elected for another term as a Deputy.

term is used   (用語が使用されます)

The term is used mostly among Christian theologians.

The term is used mainly in the Scandinavian countries.

The term is used "as if it were a country."

fourth term   (四学期)

Boustany won re-election to a fourth term unopposed.

His fourth term of office began on 1 September.

He was sworn into his fourth term on January 3, 2019.

uses the term   (用語を使用します)

He uses the term "deja vu art" to describe his work.

He mainly uses the term at the start of most matches.

A 1796 book uses the term "vulgar era of the nativity".

term

also coined the term “audiogram” at that time.

This is signaled by the shared term “analytic” in both phrases.

Vander Wal is credited with coining the term “folksonomy’ in 2004.

during the term   (学期中)

He had served as a deputy representative during the term 1883–1885.

This took place during the term of Bosnian Ban Matej Ninoslav (r. 1232-50).

The handbook of the minor seminary started to be formed during the term of Rev.

term ended   (学期終了)

Winter term ended on April 23 as originally scheduled.

His term ended with election of Dragan Đilas.

When Lubbock's term ended in 1863, he joined the military.

served one term   (一学期)

He served one term, representing the Labour Party.

He served one term for the 1794, 1795, and 1796 sessions.

Culver served one term in the Senate, from 1975 until 1981.

generic term   (一般的な用語)

(The generic term for such diacritical signs is ').

"Seed bead" is a generic term for any small bead.

This was sometimes referred to by the generic term "Sinn Féin".

prison term   (刑期)

In the end Schröder received a four year prison term.

He was sentenced to a single prison term of 32 years.

Adam Skelos was sentenced to a four-year prison term.

during his term   (彼の任期中に)

The inflation rate was also kept low during his term.

The FMS mission school was also founded during his term.

San Bartolomé hospital was built during his term of office.

using the term   (用語を使用して)

In the early 1900s, Steiner began using the term "anthroposophy" (i.e.

Tansley later defined the spatial extent of ecosystems using the term ecotope.

The Alter ego "Aparde" is an ancient Greek word creation using the term Apathy.

general term   (総称)

All call An all call is a general term for a broadcast message.

The general term is ambiguous and can mean many different things.

In Western provinces, prawn is almost exclusively the general term.

term as mayor   (市長としての任期)

His term as mayor would end in 2009.

His term as mayor was greatly affected by the economic bust of 1899.

In August, Parker announced that he would seek a third term as mayor.

term as governor   (知事としての任期)

Dr. Alfred Mutua is on his final term as governor of the County.

In 1638 Eulate's term as governor ended and he returned to Spain.

He then was elected to another one-year term as governor in 1784.

slang term   (俗語)

", a slang term nowadays used as a sexual innuendo.

The album's title was believed to be a slang term for urination.

"Zilch" is a slang term for zero, and it can also mean "nothing".

longer term   (長期間)

Other benefits to the English were longer term.

However, he did consider it to be a "venture worth supporting" in the longer term.

In the longer term, he had hoped to campaign the yacht internationally - hence her name.

term was coined   (用語が造られた)

This term was coined by sociologist Anthony Oberschall.

The term was coined in the first half of the 20th century.

The term was coined by English music journalist Phil Smee.

term coined   (造語)

"World-around" is a term coined by Fuller to replace "worldwide".

The term coined in the lean startup scene, but it can be applied universally.

Bourgeois nation Bourgeois nation was a term coined by adherents of fascism.

final term   (最終学期)

In his final term he took a course in aeronautics.

In his final term, Faircloth was elected Majority Whip.

He was re-elected in 1993 for a second, but final term.

single term   (単項)

He served a single term and was replaced by J. C. Graham in 1909.

The decree also stipulated a single term of two years before new elections in 1995.

In 1910 he was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives for a single term.

term as president   (社長としての任期)

He was reelected to a third term as president in October 2013.

In December 2011, Joseph Kabila was re-elected for a second term as president.

During Jordan's term as president, OCLC tried to adapt to these new developments.

term refers   (用語が指す)

Literally, the term refers to "poems of praise".

The term refers to the average signal wavelength of 6 meters.

The term refers to the area's history as a major tobacco producer.

term was used   (用語が使用された)

This term was used in the US Census until 1930.

The term was used on "Final Space" season one, episode seven.

The term was used for the first time by C. D. Gregory in 2000.

last term   (最終学期)

Holtzman's last term in elective office ended in 1994.

She retired at the end of her last term in January 2020.

With that, formula_53 where the last term is an intercept term.

new term   (新任期)

Saleh was sworn in for his new term on 27 September.

TLRU introduces a new term: TTU (Time to Use).

Oswald's daughters start bullying Skunk when the new term starts.

umbrella term   (傘用語)

Historically, the umbrella term was billiards.

There are distinct subcultures under this umbrella term.

Included under this umbrella term is Alzheimer's disease.

unexpired term   (期限切れの用語)

Friedman served for ten months of Sanders' unexpired term.

She was elected to fill an unexpired term on February 28, 2006.

In August 1994, a new Congress was elected to complete the unexpired term.

term meaning   (用語の意味)

Ardwold is a Gaelic term meaning "high, green hill".

The name Folly comes from an Old English term meaning "dense foliage."

The name "Gangwe" is derived from a popular 80's slang term meaning "hardcore".

consecutive term   (連続学期)

In 1985, Yavagal won the assembly elections for the second consecutive term.

On 27 October 2014, Bradley was elected as mayor for his ninth consecutive term.

This provided the CPI(M) with a fourth consecutive term as the Government of Tripura.

term began   (学期が始まった)

Their three-year term began in June 2019.

Aylett's first term began on 1 July 1938.

Her term began on August 1, 2018.

term expired   (期限切れ)

Jewett left the board in 2017 when his term expired.

Atchison's Senate term expired on March 3, 1855.

He remained a Senator until his term expired in 1968.

presidential term   (大統領任期)

When a presidential term expires, Parliament votes to elect the new President.

Shortly thereafter, Plaza was inaugurated into his second presidential term in office.

Stepping down from the military, he was sworn in for a second presidential term on 28November 2007.

term to describe   (記述する用語)

It was also an old term to describe a witch or a shaman.

The common term to describe this is "dice have no memory".

Finally, Artaud used the term to describe his philosophical views.

term was first   (学期が最初でした)

The term was first coined by Dr. Michael London in 1964.

The term was first used in Hadamard's 1910 book on that subject.

The term was first applied by N.P.

fifth term   (五学期)

He served a fifth term for Chippenham in 1604–1611.

In the 2014 local election, Gökçek stood for a fifth term.

In 2009, won re-election to a fifth term with 87% of the vote.

term referring   (参照する用語)

Jangjeong is a term referring to the subject of the military service.

"The Never-Never" is a term referring to remoter parts of the Australian outback.

Note: region is a general term referring to oblasts, the republic and cities with special status.

parliamentary term   (議会任期)

Henderson was recreated for the and existed for one parliamentary term.

He worked in the Economic Committee during the 1994–98 parliamentary term.

In his first parliamentary term, he worked in the Committee on European Integration.

coining the term   (用語の造語)

He is well known for coining the term "stylometry".

Vander Wal is credited with coining the term “folksonomy’ in 2004.

He was the first advocate for commercial air travel, coining the term "airline."

derogatory term   (軽rog的な用語)

Ned (Scottish) Ned is a derogatory term applied in Scotland to hooligans, louts or petty criminals.

They referred to this manipulation of religious doctrine as "priestcraft," an intensely derogatory term.

The word Luddite is generally used as a derogatory term applied to people showing technophobic leanings.

common term   (共通語)

An alternative, less common term is "encipherment".

It is a common term in Turkish and Mongol mythologies.

The common term to describe this is "dice have no memory".

each term   (各学期)

The grounds are host to the Career Fair each term.

Note that not all sports will be available each term.

each term without variables, is an atom of the lattice.

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It can still be found in the root of the term ‘carotid’.

non-specific effects – and hence the term ‘weak binding’.

The term ‘Kerala prince’ probably meant that he was a relative of the Chera king.

jail term   (刑期)

This resulted in arrest and a jail term for the writer.

He was sentenced to a four year jail term.

He was arrested and sentenced to a three-year jail term which was later partially suspended.

term is often   (用語はしばしば)

The term is often shortened to "BiDi" or "bidi".

This term is often used in organic chemistry.

The term is often used to remember massacres.

introduced the term   (用語を導入しました)

Malus also introduced the term "plane of polarization".

He also introduced the term appendicitis.

In this essay, he introduced the term "tabula rasa" meaning "blank slate."

whose term   (その用語)

The Mayor of Loreto is Jorge Alberto Avilés Pérez, whose term runs until April 2014.

This concept was introduced by Faraday, whose term 'lines of force' still sometimes sees use.

He was nominated to the seat vacated by Judge Joseph Robert Goeke, whose term expired on April 21, 2018.

served a term   (学期を務めた)

In 1882, he served a term in the Idaho legislature.

In 1911 La Monte served a term in the New Jersey General Assembly.

He served a term as third vice president and two terms as president from 1971–73.

term of service   (利用規約)

Its original term of service was for three-years.

The term of service in the 18th century was for life.

Twenty-three men died during their term of service, 17 of them by disease.

year term   (年期)

He was elected for a two year term on the council in 1967.

He served one two year term from January 1939 to January 1941.

Each of the state assemblymen are elected to a five year term each.

although the term   (という用語)

The earliest traces of boy bands were in the mid-1950s although the term boy band was not used.

They are commonly known as darters although the term ""darter"" is shared by several other genera.

However, although the term "film noir" was originally coined to describe Hollywood movies, it was an international phenomenon.

due to term   (期限により)

His term ended due to term limits in 2010.

He could not run for re-election in 2008 due to term limits.

David Alvarez (District 8) was ineligible to run due to term limits.

legal term   (法的用語)

Barratry (common law) Barratry ( ) is a legal term with several meanings.

Legal fake is not a legal term and should not be confused with counterfeit.

He continued to win re-election until reaching his legal term limit in 2013.

term is not   (期間ではない)

The term is not always used in a wholly derogatory manner.

This term is not often used in the literature to signify diagnostic terminology.

The term is not used favorably, though the condemnation contained in it may be slight.

term contract   (期間契約)

In February 1922, he signed a long term contract with United Artists.

Moon was then given a short term contract to further prove his fitness.

On 9 January 2013, Wisdom signed a new long term contract with Liverpool.

term came   (学期が来ました)

The term came into use in the 1910s in the United States.

The term came into wider usage since Verlaine's anthology.

He relinquished office after his two-year term came to an end.

collective term   (集団用語)

Fauna (disambiguation) Fauna is a collective term for animal life.

A collective term for MSAs, μSAs, and CSAs is primary statistical areas (PSAs).

As "jujutsu" is a collective term, some schools or ryu adopted the principle of ju more than others.

sixth term   (第六期)

Senator Pete Domenici won re-election to a sixth term.

Senator Chuck Grassley won re-election to a sixth term.

Olin did not run for a sixth term in 1992.

pejorative term   (軽jor的な用語)

"a nonsense poem" – a pejorative term for Zen poetry.

Use of the word "artiste" can also be a pejorative term.

It is compared and contrasted with the pejorative term "taffia".

term to refer   (参照する用語)

For example, several writers in the early 1970s used the term to refer to fax document transmission.

Leather has been a predominantly gay male term to refer to one fetish, but it can stand for many more.

In Japanese, the term "anime" is used as a blanket term to refer to all forms of animation from around the world.

medium term   (中期)

The species faces a high risk of endangerment in the medium term.

The bank provided medium term loan to small and medium industries from the island.

Due to its high cost and a lack of funds, the project can only be realised in the medium term.

latter term   (後期)

Cardinal Walter Kasper used the latter term in his intervention at the 2005 Assembly of the Synod of Bishops.

They live in clans rather than packs, as the latter term refers to a group of animals that always hunt together.

However, more recently, the latter term has also been used interchangeably with the former to refer to this point.

technical term   (専門用語)

The word "bias" itself is recorded as a technical term of the game in the 1560s.

The technical term for this physical arrangement is "codex" (plural, "codices").

The "Walī mujbir" () is a technical term of Islamic law which denotes the guardian of a bride.

term is sometimes   (用語は時々)

The term is sometimes (improperly) used to refer to any church of great size.

By extension, the term is sometimes applied to all people living in Veracruz.

In film, the term is sometimes used to speak of the arrangement of actors in the frame.

term originated   (用語の由来)

The term originated in ancient Rome.

The term originated with the industrial designing of chemical processes.

The term originated in the 19th century, but folk music extends beyond that.

term applied   (適用される用語)

Another term applied by the strategists was "Sunday punch".

"Artist" is a descriptive term applied to a person who engages in an activity deemed to be an art.

Ned (Scottish) Ned is a derogatory term applied in Scotland to hooligans, louts or petty criminals.

term comes   (任期が来る)

The term comes from the Latin "abjurare", "to forswear".

The term comes from Polish "czerwony złoty".

The term comes from the Greek ("dis"), "twice" and ("polos"), "axis".

colloquial term   (口語)

The colloquial term used for the city is Kipoo .

A "Canadian tuxedo" is a colloquial term for wearing a jean shirt with jeans.

It was the first time the colloquial term (wall) had been used in this context.

hence the term   (したがって、用語)

non-specific effects – and hence the term ‘weak binding’.

The solution has a yellow color, hence the term "banana bag".

This energy is a scalar quantity, a function of the state, hence the term "functional".

term limit   (期限)

He continued to win re-election until reaching his legal term limit in 2013.

In late 2007, Poizner led the effort to defeat Proposition 93, a term limit removal initiative.

In 2010, Compaoré was once again re-elected, and the term limit requirement was held to not apply to him.

term is derived   (用語が派生します)

The term is derived from the ethnonym of the local Ngatjan people.

The term is derived .

only one term   (一期のみ)

Lincoln had pledged in 1846 to serve only one term in the House.

He served only one term.

same term   (同期)

The same term may also refer to: - endonym forms used in English language:

Scientific holism differs from mysticism that has appropriated the same term.

She also notes that the same term (as "Albani") in medieval Latin meant "foreigners".

term itself   (用語自体)

The term itself did not come into wide use until the 1950s or 60s.

Indeed, the term itself was coined by the Indian sociologist, M. N. Srinivas.

The term itself is not known to have been in use during Washington's lifetime.

term limited   (期間限定)

Incumbent Keno Hawker was term limited.

Smith was term limited.

Republican Incumbent Darryl Glenn is term limited and cannot run for another term.

current term   (当期)

His current term expires on January 13, 2025.

Her current term expires on January 13, 2025.

Her current term expires on January 7, 2019.

term became   (任期が)

In 2018, the term became popularised, particularly on social media.

The term became common in the press during the harsh winter of 1880–81.

The term became prevalent after Latvia and Lithuania gained independence in 1918.

term not   (用語ではない)

Offices were "provisional", limited to a term not to exceed one year.

A person guilty of dangerous driving is liable, on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for any term not exceeding five years, or to a fine, or to both.

The original meaning was "pertaining to the deh" ()—the latter term not in the later sense of “village” (as in Modern Persian) but in the original sense of “land”.

term when   (期間)

Moses was in the middle of a four-year city council term when he was elected mayor.

The Department of Architecture is the current, most used term when referring to the entity in its entirety.

Ferdinand Marcos was nearing the end of his last constitutionally allowed term when he declared martial law in 1972.

term first   (学期最初)

Nevertheless, the term first came out of Lutheran circles.

"Fugue" as a theoretical term first occurred in 1330 when Jacobus of Liege wrote about the "fuga" in his "Speculum musicae".

The term first appeared in print in a December 1952 issue of "Holiday" magazine announcing their upcoming publication of Capa's photo-essay.

third consecutive term   (3年連続)

In 2012, Shipley was reelected for a third consecutive term with almost 70% of the electorate.

Following a vote Bertie Ahern was elected to this position, making it his third consecutive term in office.

The governing Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition sought to secure their third consecutive term in office since 2008.

term ending   (学期終了)

He was defeated in 1964, his term ending on 30 June 1965.

These elections were for the remainder of the term ending January 3, 1975.

Victoria had 1 additional vacancy, a short vacancy with the term ending in 1926.

term of imprisonment   (禁固期間)

Watson pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a term of imprisonment.

Decker was found guilty on two of six counts and sentenced to a term of imprisonment at Tehachapi.

The accused was often dealt with by juvenile law and in theory could be punished by a term of imprisonment of up to 5 years or fined.

before the term   (学期前)

ACM was a "green" publisher before the term was invented.

So [Leavitt] became multimedia before the term was invented."

He is often credited as being the "original mixologist" long before the term became widely popular.

related term   (関連用語)

The related term "philosemitism" was used as early as 1881.

Jobless Recovery, is a related term.

Peter L. Berger coined the related term "sociological perspective".

term derives   (用語が派生する)

The term derives from the word "morose", as in "ose, morose, even-more-ose".

The term derives from the special access they receive to the Members' Lobby.

The term derives from Middle English "Cristenmasse", meaning "Christian mass".