Examples of expiry in a Sentence
the expiry of the waiting period
the expiry of a great empire is always a cataclysmic event
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Pushpa discontinued the hospital's oxygen supply on Aug. 4, after the July 31 expiry of their contract.
The regulator ordered lenders to allow foreign workers to conduct normal banking transactions for 90 days after the expiry date of their visa, according to a statement posted on its website Sunday.
Bobby Patel, the owner of the grocery store, told the New York Post in May, a week before the ticket’s expiry date.
The company’s performance has picked up in recent quarters, as Pfizer has worked its way through the bulk of its big patent expiries and sales have risen for new drugs like Ibrance breast-cancer pills and the blood-thinner Eliquis.
Following the expiry of Atletico's transfer embargo, Martinez will likely be the first signing of the 2017/18 campaign for Los Rojiblancos, with the deal expected to be finalised by the time the window re-opens in the new year.
The company has been reshaping its pharmaceutical, medical-device and consumer-health businesses to adapt to patent expiries, pricing pressures and changing consumer preferences.
The dispute with Mylan hinges on several patents that Allergan took out in 2013 to protect the drug from generic competition, just as a key original patent on the drug neared expiry.
Ozil has just eight months remaining on his contract and would be able to walk away from the Gunners as a free agent if the terms reach their expiry date on 30th June.
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First Known Use of expiry
Synonymsdemise, expiration, death, termination
Antonymsalpha, beginning, birth, commencement, creation, dawn, genesis, inception, incipience, incipiency, launch, morning, onset, outset, start
Related Wordsdispersion, dissolution; cessation, close, conclusion, decease, discontinuance, doom, end, ending, finish, halt, lapse, passing, quietus, shutdown, shutoff, stop, stoppage, surcease; suicide; annihilation, destruction, ruin
Near Antonymsexistence, persistence, prolongation; inauguration, initiation, institution, origination
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