New Jersey Transit has also been affected, with major stations and termini along the coast flooded and unusable.
The private huts have also posts before their doors, but these are never formed like termini.
They are not strictly speaking ends or termini of action at all.
Small places will also spring up at the mouth of the Wenatchie and the Okinagane, and at the termini of the steamboat landings.
Both of these have their termini at Sealdah, an eastern suburb of Calcutta.
Their termini—the great gares—are at all times the very concentrated epitome of the life of the day.
These termini, for the practical and the philosophical stages of thought respectively, are self-supporting.
Twenty railway lines, besides local ones, have termini at Chicago.
There are five passing places, in addition to the sidings at the termini and at the carriage depot.
With the detectives on duty at the London termini reinforced and on strict watch, her chances of doing so were very slim.
1550s, "goal, end, final point," from Latin terminus (plural termini) "end, boundary line," from PIE root *ter-, base of words meaning "peg, post, boundary, marker goal" (cf. Sanskrit tarati "passes over, crosses over," Hittite tarmaizzi "he limits," Greek terma "boundary, end, limit"). In ancient Rome, Terminus was the name of the deity who presided over boundaries and landmarks, focus of the important Roman festival of Terminalia (held Feb. 23, the end of the old Roman year). Meaning "either end of a transportation line" is first recorded 1836.