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Synonyms for coterminous

being of equal extent or scope or duration

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According to the memorandum, 'all government officials and employees whose appointments are coterminous with the appointing authority and whose positions are within an agency's plantilla except the head of agency' are directed to remain in their positions 'unless their appointments are sooner revoked, resignations accepted, replacements appointed, or reappointments issued.'
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The term of the chair of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), which spearheads the MMFF, is coterminous with the president.
Financing was based on a 8.75 years + 1 year fixed to float term (coterminous with first mortgage) and a 30-year amortization schedule and was arranged for the borrower, Pebblebrook Apartments, LLC, by NorthMarq through its seller-servicer relationship with Freddie Mac.
With only a few months left in office (his term is coterminous with the President), he said he'd like to push for good cinema.
The mezzanine loan supplements a new $55 million senior financing from MetLife, and is coterminous with the senior loan.
His office is also coterminous with President Benigno Aquino III, whose term ends after the May 2016 elections.
* A $600,000 loan under the Fannie Mac DUS Coterminous Supplemental Loan product line for the 344-unit complex known as Mayfield Green Cooperative in Indianapolis, IN.
Some of the board members have fixed terms of office while some are coterminous with the President, he said.
The COA also found that, of the 10 executives selected by the CAAP for its insurance purchase, two are presidential appointees and are thus coterminous with President Rodrigo Duterte, who has only three years left in his term, whereas the investment made has a fixed five-year term.
For the period June 2018 to March 2019, some 876 COS workers were appointed to permanent, coterminous, casual, and contractual positions.