Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. terme, L. termen, -inis, terminus, a boundary limit, end; akin to Gr. , . See Thrum a tuft, and cf. Terminus Determine Exterminate
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. terme—L. terminus, a boundary.
The term was generally applied to him.
"The Political History of England - Vol. X." by William Hunt
In philosophy there was the term "Sceptic," and in relation to religion the term "Atheist" was ready to hand.
"Theism or Atheism" by Chapman Cohen
A plan is a term assigned to a labor: it closes the future whose form it indicates.
"Creative Evolution" by Henri Bergson
He used to be my chum at Quelch's, but he left there a term ago, and went to Garside.
"The Hero of Garside School" by J. Harwood Panting
We wish to live on good terms with her.
"The Political History of England - Vol XI" by George Brodrick
The French refused all terms but the absolute liberation of the King.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
It's just as well you can't start till next term, since you didn't get here at first.
"The Wind Before the Dawn" by Dell H. Munger
Even before the war the necessity of coming to terms with the Hungarians had been recognized.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1" by Various
The terms of such a proposal must be discussed by us.
"The Peace Negotiations" by J. D. Kestell
A new term, "intelligent thrift," has come into its possession.
"Tuskegee & Its People: Their Ideals and Achievements" by Various
At whatever source we drink it,
Art or life or faith or wine,
In whatever terms we think it,
It is common and divine.
"Praise The Generous Gods" by William Ernest Henley
Drop down, mine eyes, and never tire,
Cease not on any terms,
Until I have my heart's desire,
My Lord within mine arms.
"The Believer's Soliloquy; Especially in Times of Desertion, Temptation, Affliction, &c." by Ralph Erskine
Hard by, were challenges to wrangle
On any themes, or all—
From the trisection of the angle
To what they termed the Fall.
"Two Visions" by Alfred Austin
She oft will heave a secret sigh,
Will shed a lonely tear,
O'er feelings nature wrought so high,
And gave on terms so dear.
"To Sensibility" by Helen Maria Williams
Beside me aged mothers bent,
Whose lives had reach'd their term;
And one sweet bride in fondness leant
Upon her husband's arm.
"In Kirkconnel Old Churchyard" by Alexander Anderson
"But if they cannot bear their agonies,
Or if they will not bear, and seek a term;
Or if they bear, and be, as this man is,
Too weak except for groans, and so still live,
And growing old, grow older, then what end?"
"The Light of Asia: Book the Third" by Edwin Arnold
The other operators in the region also use the term ' alighting .
What will determine the core success of President Obama's second term is progress - or the lack thereof - in reducing long-term unemployment.
The term "hole in the wall" is like the term "dive bar".
Short-term renewals at the SBA, rather than the government committing to the program long-term, are causing some business owners to fall through the cracks of the lending process.
Preventative maintenance is a term normally associated with our health, but it should also be a common term associated with our equipment.
The rating is far below the final ratings of recent two-term presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan, who both ended their terms with a 68 percent approval rating , according to CBS News polling.
Doesn't pledging to make this his last term mean he serves that term.
Seeking her second term in the US Senate, Minnesota's Amy Klobuchar has proven she deserves voters' approval for another six-year term.
Terms like severe thunderstorm WATCH and flood WARNING are terms that meteorologists take as given.
Add + before a required term, or - to exclude a term.
The Standard Repayment Terms is a document that provides an explanation of Ex-Im Bank's repayment terms applicable to the Insurance and Medium and Long-term Loan and Guarantee.
Rep Betty Sutton, a three-term Democrat whose district was eliminated by redistricting, was locked in a tight race with first-term US Rep James Renacci in one of the most closely watched and costliest races in the country.
Restructuring the loan terms would improve Lodging Investors' chances for long-term success, including meeting the November 2014 deadline, Fitzgerald said.
Ten-term Republican Rep Jim Walsh of Syracuse said today that he won't seek another term in the 25th Congressional District, AP reports.
BUILDING UP Robin Curry also has a long-term approach to investing, but short-term events will have an impact on her goals.
As noncommutativity of the Dp′ -brane worldvolume originates from the term proportional to the sign function ǫ(τ1 − τ2 ) in the above equation , we will also refer to this term as noncommutativity term in what follows.
Worldsheet and Spacetime Properties of p-p' System with B Field and Noncommutative Geometry
Like the term in Eq. (112) above, this angular momentum term couples to the component T −i ∼ F 3 of the matrix theory stress-energy tensor through terms of the form ˆJ ij ˜T −i rj /r9 .
M(atrix) Theory: Matrix Quantum Mechanics as a Fundamental Theory
Certain “end-point terms” and other terms which vanish in the BMN limit are neglected in (11), and we note that the omitted terms actually vanish in the channel which is symmetric under exchange φ ↔ ψ of the two impurities, so (11) is exact in this channel.
Instability and Degeneracy in the BMN Correspondence
The ﬁrst two terms are C-S term and Coulomb interaction term for + gauge ﬁeld which take exactly the same forms as in a single layer system35 .
Mutual Composite Fermion and composite Boson approaches to balanced and imbalanced bilayer quantum Hall system: an electronic analogy of the Helium 4 system
The authors of have performed an expansion of the second term in r.h.s. of Eq. (2) to order φ0 and failed to reveal a term of order φd−2 that exactly cancels the ﬁrst term in r.h.s. of (2).
Comment on "First-order phase transitions of type-I superconducting films" [Phys. Rev. A 322 (2004) 111]