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Synonyms for elapse

to move past in time

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Synonyms for elapse

References in classic literature ?
When his apprenticeship had expired, he received a salary according to his deserts, varying from eighty to one hundred and sixty pounds sterling, and was now eligible to the great object of his ambition, a partnership in the company; though years might yet elapse before he attained to that enviable station.
Audiologist Michael Marion of The Hearing Center supports the Saturday outreach, noting that an average of seven years elapses between an individual's first awareness of diminishing hearing and the search for professional attention.
As time elapses since the introduction of the Euro, it is legitimate to start asking what impact the new currency and the single monetary policy have had on European integration.
After the period of exclusivity elapses, rights to genes not licensed to Genentech and rights to the data will revert to CuraGen for inclusion in its subscription databases.
After the period of exclusivity elapses, rights to genes not licensed to Biogen and rights to the data will revert to CuraGen for inclusion in its subscription databases.