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termor

a person who holds an estate for a term of years or until he dies.

TERMOR. One who holds lands and tenements for a term of years or, life. Litt. sect. 100; 4 Tyr. 561.

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This display of emotion is controlled, and outsiders-short termer women or Screws-are not privy to the discussion or allowed to share what their grief and pain is like for them as mothers.
The convergence of consumer electronics, infotainment, driver information displays and camera-based ADAS creates demand for high-quality video over the MOST network technology, said Dan Termer, vice president of Microchip s Automotive Information Systems Division.
Microchip is excited to contribute to AGL s success, by sharing our long-term and in-depth MOST networking experience, said Dan Termer, vice president of Microchip s Automotive Information Systems Division.
We welcome FAW s use of MOST technology as the backbone of their in-vehicle information and entertainment network, said Dan Termer, vice president of Microchip s Automotive Information Systems Division.
Dan Termer, VP of Microchip's Automotive Information Systems Division, said :"MOST technology is a proven and robust automotive infotainment network solution.
MOST technology is a proven and robust automotive infotainment network solution, said Dan Termer, vice president of Microchip s Automotive Information Systems Division.
Termer continued, MOST technology is currently deployed in 160 car models, and Daimler was one of the earliest adopters of the technology, which helped establish the MOST Cooperation.
It's early days yet, but the Transit Connect is shaping up to be one of our most useful long termers.
This parliament, though, has produced an entirely novel fourth group of 'S' retirees: single- termers.
Long termers like him are invaluable to the organisers, and his wife, Joyce, is a volunteer, too.
Protestant Missionary Personnel Sent from North America, as Reported to the Mission Handbook, 1972-2005 Data Long- Middle- Edition year termers (1) termers (2) 10th 1972 31,863 -- 11th 1975 31,292 -- 12th 1979 35,673 -- 13th 1985 39,309 -- 14th 1988 44,574 -- 15th 1992 38,103 8,306 17th (4) 1996 38,370 6,978 18th 1998 41,391 7,351 19th 2001 41,669 8,367 20th 2005 41,839 8,126 Short- Non-North Edition termers Americans (3) 10th 5,000 -- 11th 7,000 4,099 12th 16,949 7,034 13th 21,830 -- 14th 31,519 -- 15th 37,828 50,932 17th (4) 66,465 31,110 18th 100,458 76,298 19th 349,665 66,873 20th 147,852 88,500 (1.
prisons, where long term prisoners have lower suicide rates than short termers.