Expiration [noun]

Definition of Expiration:

finish, demise

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In Prince William County, several national grocery chains, as well as local stores such as Todos Market in Dumfries, contribute perishable items that are near expiration.

Its looming expiration has touched off a fierce new lobbying battle in Washington — and threatens to subject millions of cash-strapped Americans to the same struggles they had faced before.

In others, these contracts may have automatically continued upon expiration if no replacement agreement was negotiated.

Brown was another Brady-influenced addition to the roster, signed at Brady’s urging when Arians dropped his objection just before the expiration of Brown’s eight-game suspension by the NFL for violating its personal conduct policy.

Those orders may not have directly preempted production, but their expiration would seem to be a symbolic gesture that could bolster confidence in the safety of shooting on set or in studio.

In arguing the need for an extension, Jessica Lawrence, the mayor’s director of policy, cited the “uncertainty and complexity” of a franchise expiration, as well as the “very difficult” situation that would arise for the city and ratepayers.

That report, plus the coming expiration of the agency’s security agreement with contractor Allied Universal and national police reform debates, promise more discussions in 2021.

Experts fear the expiration of the moratorium could put 30 million renters at risk of eviction.

However, free one-year subscriptions that were handed out last fall are nearing their expiration.

The other $59 billion would come from a 1 percent sales tax – it’s unclear when that would go on the ballot, maybe as early as 2022 – that would not have an expiration.