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terminuster‧mi‧nus /ˈtɜːmɪnəs $ ˈtɜːr-/ noun (plural termini /-naɪ/) [countable]  TTRTTTthe station or stop at the end of a railway or bus line
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terminusWe are talking about a terminus in the heart of a great city and some proper consideration should be given to that.It now formed a terminus and for the final two miles to Bishop's Castle the train had to reverse.A terminus wharf was established at Newbridge.Where possible the purified proteins have been sequenced at the amino terminus to confirm the presence of the expected mutation.Its downstream terminus was the elegant Clifton House.Two people died and 542 were injured in the London terminus accident.The least defined regions are residues 1-4 at the N terminus of CyP and the loop composed of CyP residues 41-45.Navasota grew as it became established as a railroad terminus.
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