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use "terminal" in a sentence

The terminal points of the dike were marked by square stones bearing the royal arms of England and Scotland, however these markers have disappeared, possibly having been broken up for building nearby cottages.

Longarm is a Mini-Con that whom Red alert resuscitated from
midsize segment.

State gives president tepid ratings Power crisis blamed for 42% approval By December 2001, Davis's approval ratings spiked up to 51%.

O Mabbott felt that the rather tepid value of this slightly edited version of the poem suggests that they were made by William Henry, though perhaps with Edgar's approval.

There were three boilers, one of which (caldarium vas) held the hot water; a second, the tepid (tepidarium); and the third, the cold (frigidarium).

Remove from heat and cool until tepid.2.

In fact it peaked at the somewhat tepid Number 40. Manics fandom as such didn't really exist at that time.

Unfortunately, almost no medieval remains or levels, other than the pits, survived. 19th century All the early archaeology had been seriously truncated by the construction in 1830 of Decimus Burton's tepid Baths.

When the mixture is tepid add the marsala and whisk for another 5 minutes or until it is thickened.

If left to their own devices, the top leaders of the AFL-CIO will no doubt be happy with the Day of Action being marked only by workers signing anti-WTO postcards during their lunchbreaks, and showing up for tepid after-work rallies.

When eating out your food may, on occasions, be tepid when served.

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