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  • noun

Synonyms for full term

the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent

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MercadoLibre ceded a 20% stake to ebay, but full terms of the strategic alliance were not disclosed.
Nalco realized a small gain, though full terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The full terms of the settlement will become effective today and are consistent with the terms previously disclosed by the parties on August 29, 2006.
For full terms and bookings, call 0870 890 0567 HOW TO CLAIM EACH of the vouchers (left) will get you a FREE adult or child ticket to one of the many attractions named when you accompany someone paying a full adult rate.
He added: ``Two full terms should be adequate to get the job done.
This exclusive offer, as well as full terms and conditions, can be accessed by visiting spiritair.
Norris is proposing to limit council members to eight years of service, which translates to two full terms for council members and four full terms for the mayor.
Full terms and conditions of the LOI are confidential and have not been disclosed at this time.
The Company is mailing the Offer to Purchase and related documents to all shareholders of record containing the full terms and conditions of the Tender Offer.
Tickets valid until August 27, 2007, and full terms and conditions are printed on page 47.
The full terms of the tender offer and the consent solicitation are set forth in the Statement and in the related consent and letter of transmittal.