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Synonyms for extinction

Synonyms for extinction

Synonyms for extinction

no longer active

no longer in existence


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the reduction of the intensity of radiation as a consequence of absorption and radiation

complete annihilation

a conditioning process in which the reinforcer is removed and a conditioned response becomes independent of the conditioned stimulus

the act of extinguishing

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130) Ademption by satisfaction represents an extension of this policy.
In other words, the Babylonians--like the Commissioners--declined to apply a doctrine of ademption by satisfaction to children.
And so, the ancient Babylonians offered up a refinement of the doctrine of ademption by satisfaction that we should hearken to today--along with a delightful reminder that the problems of inheritance law are well and truly eternal ones.
Similar in spirit is a rule found in the Uniform Probate Code rendering ademption by extinction inapplicable to bequests of property "sold .
198) In other words, the Code adds a rule akin to ademption by satisfaction for bequests created by implication.
The usual doctrine of ademption by satisfaction, covering an express bequest, operates incrementally: a gift in partial satisfaction of a bequest is adeemed pro tanto.