Deadline [noun]

Definition of Deadline:

due date

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Sentence/Example of Deadline:

So there are fewer truly overwhelming buyers this season, though that doesn’t mean there are fewer teams who could stand to improve at the deadline.

In addition, the California Department of Social Services – which regulates assisted living facilities — did not provide complaint investigation data by deadline.

Faced with a tight deadline by the New York-based property owners and the prospect of either a significant rent hike or eviction, officials needed a financier.

Now, the company is facing a fast-approaching deadline to reach a deal, or risk facing a complete shutdown of its American business.

County spokeswoman Sarah Sweeney said the county is also considering whether to apply for funds but does not expect to submit any applications before state’s initial deadline next week.

The deadline is approaching to get on the November ballot in certain races, and already the Oceanside mayor’s race is jam-packed.

The deadline for filing campaign paperwork for all other City Council positions is Friday.

The deadlines for campaigns to report their donation totals this year have been really unaccommodating to the Politics Report’s own deadlines.

A VOSD review of those documents suggests that all the police agencies in San Diego County are complying with the law ahead well ahead of the deadline.

In the beginning, it was hard to get into a routine and I ended up missing a few deadlines.