caducity


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caducity

noun decadence, decay, decline, degeneracy, deterioration, dotage, feebleness, infirrity of old age, senility, weakness
See also: deterioration, impuissance, incapacity
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24) Antonio Calcagno: "God and the Caducity of Being: Jean-Luc Marion and Edith Stein on Thinking God", pp.
The court concluded that the bond was properly renewed and that the bond and indemnification agreement were in effect when the declaration of caducity was issued.
Yet even a properly designed and constructed building is infected with the caducity, and exposed to the contingencies, of finite existence.
The company is currently in the process of filing a request for annulment (or "caducity") against the conflicting concessions together with documents that support the cause for caducity.
Such a fact certainly shows the caducity and failure of the respective idea.
i] Evidently that the above revealed facts point out the caducity and failure of IWFC.