And yet, the owners have now, twice, asked for an extension to the expiration date of the Current Bargaining Agreement.
But with the expiration of the law and the media focus on the House bill, awareness mounted and that uphill fight got easier.
Coupled with this is the fact that the two-state solution has no expiration date.
The expiration of the payroll tax cuts that knocked 2% off consumers' take-home pay is having an impact, these companies say.
Such prescriptions have no expiration date, and were swallowed as easily in 1974 as in 1934 or 2014.
At the expiration of the appointed time, Giacomo returns, and hears that the princess is going to be married.
At the expiration of his apprenticeship, in 1832, he came to Ohio.
Before the expiration of his sentence, the fourth was convicted.
This process, as we affirm, the name-giver named inspiration and expiration.
On the expiration of the three days, it was usual to find that neither of them wanted a separation.
early 15c., "vapor, breath," from Middle French expiration, from Latin expirationem/exspirationem (nominative expiratio/exspiratio), noun of action from past participle stem of expirare/exspirare (see expire). Meaning "termination, end, close" is from 1560s.
expiration ex·pi·ra·tion (ěk'spə-rā'shən)