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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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When children have been sorted out into groups of weaknesses in their presenting behaviour and capabilities, they should be put in small groups (of about six), with a specialist teacher trained to iron out the problems, and bring them up in, say, a termor even a year, to the attainment of the majority of their peers.
The property is available by way of an assignment of the unexpired termor byway of a sublease onterms to be agreed.
It's then she sees what his limited mobility is costing him now; how his neck and head are forced to stay erect while his shoulders sag at stiff helpless angle, hands clinging to the brakes of his walking frame, the whole of him fighting against the suppressed termors that threaten to shake him free of it.