Examples of expiry in a Sentence
the expiry of the waiting period
the expiry of a great empire is always a cataclysmic event
Recent Examples of expiry from the Web
Russia, Saudi Arabia’s most important ally in the production cuts, gave its backing to continuing the cuts until their end-2018 expiry.
In addition to patent expiries came the news that its drug Vioxx, used to treat osteoarthritis, also increased the risk of cardiovascular disease.
With the expiry of a status of forces agreement in 2011, the U.S. military in Iraq has neither the same authority nor the money to buy alliances.
The legendary midfielder spoke to Spanish radio station Cadena Ser (h/t Marca) about the prospect of remaining at Nou Camp past his contract's expiry date in June.
Reina has been linked with a move away from the Serie A title challengers over the past six months as his contract nears its June expiry date.
This lot code, expiry date 112120ABC, was tested both at our Redbarn lab and by a third-party testing facility.
The exception may be a promotional deal—a slightly higher rate with an expiry date, intended to draw in new customers.
West Texas Intermediate futures closest to expiry are trading at the biggest premium to the next month in more than three years, as inventories plunge at the key storage hub of Cushing, Oklahoma.
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Definition of expiry for English Language Learners
: the fact of expiring
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