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become invalid

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die

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to become void, especially through passage of time or an omission

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to cease to exist

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to expel air in the process of respiration

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Most newsletter publishers mail to their expire list between two and six times a year.
And if the ETPA expires, the owner will not have to offer the lease or send it back.
Once their copyrights expire, anyone can distribute the films without Disney's permission and without paying a dime in royalties.
Maintaining a high volume of new subscription orders is an important factor in offsetting losses from expires, but clearly, renewal marketing provides the maximum profit obtainable from all forms of direct marketing activity, and it deserves a prominent and permanent place in your marketing plan.
In addition, although there may be a basis reduction in T stock, basis will not be reduced below net asset basis; there is no similar "floor" if, instead, the loss is simply permitted to expire.
The contracts with the United Transportation Union, Amalgamated Transit Union and Transportation Communications Union were due to expire at midnight, leaving open the possibility of a strike like the nine-day stoppage that crippled the city in 1994.
All but one of the county's 54 union contracts expire between now and early summer, said Miller.
1502-32(b)(4)--Waiver Of Loss Carryovers From Separate Return Limitation Years: In general, the final investment adjustment regulations provide that losses (including net operating loss (NOL) carryovers) of a subsidiary that expire unused are considered noncapital, nondeductible expenses that require a reduction in the owning member's basis in the subsidiary (Regs.
Stone said it is rare that a company would allow a license to expire because of the difficulty in getting approval in the first place and the loss in value.
One of the negative adjustments to be made to a subsidiary's stock is for the subsidiary's loss carryovers (ordinary or capital) that expire during the year; see Regs.
Any amount disallowed currently can be carried forward for a period of five years at which time the carryovers expire and the deductions are lost forever.
8% will expire by the end of 2006, and the remaining 52.
The period for assessing tax with respect to the activity does not expire before the expiration of two years after a return is due (determined without extensions) for the last year in the test period.