Terminu in a sentence

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Tinnick was the terminus, but to get to Tinnick one had to go round the lake, either by.
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There was a plan to extend the Halstead Street car line far below its present terminus.
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As we rode across the city to the new railroad terminus Craig hastily informed me of what he had overheard.
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When dedicated to the god Terminus they were used as landmarks, and placed as such upon the concurrent lines of neighboring possessions.
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They came in the progress of time to be especially dedicated by the Greeks to the god Hermes, whence the name, and by the Romans to the god Terminus, who presided over landmarks.
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This permanence of position was also attributed to those cubical stones among the Romans which represented the statues of the god Terminus.
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Hence, when Tarquin was about to build the temple of Jupiter, on the Capitoline Hill, all the shrines and statues of the other gods were removed from the eminence to make way for the new edifice, except that of Terminus, represented by a stone.
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It is true that this term has always a reference to the _terminus ad quem_ only, and includes it; but it is as certain that, very frequently, a _terminus ad quem_ is mentioned which is not intended to be the last, but only one of special importance; so that what lies beyond it is lost sight of.
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He was also much opposed to railroads; and if certain lines in contemplation by other potentates, on either side of him, had been executed, would have probably enjoyed the satisfaction of having an omnibus plying to and fro across his not very vast dominions, to forward travellers from one terminus to another. Carrara, shut in by great hills, is very picturesque and bold.
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In the Priestly Code _minha_ is exclusively a terminus technicus for the meal-offering.
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For the expression ML( YDW, which still survived as a _terminus technicus_ for the ordination of priests long after they had attained a perfectly independent position, can originally in this connection hardly have meant anything else than a filling of the hand with money or its equivalent; thus the priestly office would appear in the older time to have been a paid one, perhaps the only one that was paid.
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Such was the consideration of Numa Pompilius, the second king of the Romans, a just politician and wise philosopher, when he ordained that to god Terminus, on the day of his festival called Terminales, nothing should be sacrificed that had died; teaching us thereby that the bounds, limits, and frontiers of kingdoms should be guarded, and preserved in peace, amity, and meekness, without polluting our hands with blood and robbery.
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The idea of specific energy has always been regarded as the terminus for the investigation of the sense organs.
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Secondly, we think that the adversaries acknowledge that the remission of sins is either a part, or the end, or, to speak in their manner, the _terminus ad quem_ of repentance.
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A cab was called, and the clergyman rattled off to the railway terminus.
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Emerson was sixty-three years old, the year I have referred to as that of the grand climacteric, when he read to his son the poem he called "Terminus," beginning: "It is time to be old, To take in sail.
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From the base of the hill at Taylor's Creek they began digging a tunnel one hundred and seventy yards long, and at its terminus were two laterals, dug in a concave towards our works, of thirty-seven feet each.
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It was the terminus of the stage-route, and the divergence of others by boat and rail.
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It was dark when we took an omnibus at the terminus; and, after riding over an old bridge, we were very soon established at a princely hotel known as the Trois Rois.
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Not less valuable was the new waterway to the district at its eastern terminus.
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Examples of Terminu

Example #1
All the western side of the lake was cut off from railway communication.
Example #2
That bridge was badly wanted.
Example #3
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, which ran near there, would be glad to put a passenger station on the property.
Example #4
The city was about to pave Fifty-fifth Street.
Example #5
We took up our post so that we could see the outgoing travellers, and a few minutes later Craig spotted our man from McBride's description, and succeeded in securing chairs in the same car in which he was to ride.
Example #6
McBride, I leave you and the regular house man to shadow this woman.