Meaning TERMINATED
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The clinical study has stopped recruiting or enrolling participants early and will not start again. Participants are no longer being examined or treated. A type of Recruitment Status.
Source: clinicaltrials.gov

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Describing a crystal face, that has a defined endpoint. Also see Termination.
Source: minerals.net

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Used to describe an occupational pensions scheme which has been wound up. See also: winding up.
Source: thepensionsregulator.gov.uk

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(adj) having come or been brought to a conclusion(adj) (of e.g. a contract or term of office) having come to an end
Source: beedictionary.com

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The clinical study has stopped recruiting or enrolling participants early and will not start again. Participants are no longer being examined or treated. Source: Clinicaltrials.gov
Source: lupusresearch.org

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Video input of a piece of CCTV equipment, wired to be the last in a particular video line. Tilt
Source: ussscctv.com

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satisfactorily completed specified term of probation.
Source: plsinfo.org

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Satisfactorily completed specified term of probation.
Source: da.search.org

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If a general purpose zone or subzone is no longer needed, the grantee can request that the FTZ Board remove zone/subzone designation. Upon such action by the FTZ Board, the zone or subzone is then con [..]
Source: enforcement.trade.gov

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terminate
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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If you were receiving long term disability insurance benefits from an insurance company and the payments are cut-off, then the benefits have been terminated. You may have the right to file an appeal or lawsuit after your benefits are terminated.
lawfirm - 23 December 2018

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