• be in terminal decline
  • ((英))(繁栄などが)悪化の一途である
  • terminal cancer
  • 末期がん
  • terminal care
  • 末期医療
  • terminal payments
  • 毎期の支払い
  • A coordinate covalent bond is formed between the terminal peptide and a C=O group attached to zinc, which gives the carbon a positive charge.
  • Wikipedia: Zinc
  • A new passenger terminal was completed in early 2011, adding additional space to allow more passengers to come through the airport as well as providing the airport with better circulation, a new baggage claim as well as addressing additional security and safety concerns necessary to complete the new terminal project.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Forks, North Dakota
  • A new, larger terminal opened in October 2011.
  • Wikipedia: Manitoba
  • A second runway was opened in 2001 and there have been continued terminal improvements.
  • Wikipedia: Manchester
  • A special terminal block was mounted on the rear of the tank so that communication wires could be connected.
  • Wikipedia: T-26
  • After the stage coach was replaced by rail, the modern Percheron type arose as a slightly heavier horse for use in agriculture and heavy hauling work moving goods from docks to railway terminals.
  • Wikipedia: Percheron
  • Almost all these species have red terminal flowers, and hence the subtribe's origin and floral appearance must predate the splitting of Gondwana into Australia, Antarctica, and South America over 60 million years ago.
  • Wikipedia: Telopea speciosissima
  • Another opinion is that as terminal punctuation marks the end of a sentence, and additional spacing is itself punctuation, additional spacing is redundant.
  • Wikipedia: Sentence spacing
  • As of 2010, all the university's tenured or tenure-track faculty members hold a PhD or other terminal degree.
  • Wikipedia: Ohio Wesleyan University
  • At the southern end of one of the lava flows, it spreads into a broad terminal lobe on the flat alluvial plain of the Unuk River.
  • Wikipedia: The Volcano (British Columbia)
  • By then, Bridgwater's brick and tile industry was in terminal decline.
  • Wikipedia: River Parrett
  • Christian finds Aaron standing in the snow outside the airport terminal.
  • Wikipedia: Latter Days
  • Cystidia are terminal cells of hyphae in the hymenium which do not produce spores, and function in aiding spore dispersal, and maintaining favorable humidity around developing spores.
  • Wikipedia: Lactarius indigo
  • Dominated by low-cost carriers, Istanbul's second airport has rapidly become popular among travellers, especially since inaugurating a new international terminal in 2009; the airport handled 12.7 million passengers in 2011, when Airports Council International named it the world's fastest growing airport.
  • Wikipedia: Istanbul
  • During the Quaternary, landslides, erosion and glacial activity deposited soils and rock debris throughout the Snake River valley of Jackson Hole and left behind terminal moraines which impound the current lakes.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Teton National Park
  • From the 1950s Radcliffe's textile industry went into terminal decline, and although its paper industry survived to the end of the 20th century, both the town's largest paper mills have now been closed and demolished.
  • Wikipedia: Radcliffe, Greater Manchester
  • Glaciers such as Classen, Godley and Douglas now all have new glacial lakes below their terminal locations due to the glacial retreat over the past 20 years.
  • Wikipedia: Retreat of glaciers since 1850
  • He was forced to turn down this offer due to his wife's sudden and terminal illness.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Crisp
  • In 2007, the airport completed most of an expansion project, which included larger terminal sizes and the addition of restaurants and shops.
  • Wikipedia: Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • In both aerobic phototrophy and chemolithotrophy, oxygen is used as a terminal electron acceptor, while under anaerobic conditions inorganic compounds are used instead.
  • Wikipedia: Bacteria
  • In patients with terminal disease, palliative care or hospice management may be appropriate.
  • Wikipedia: Lung cancer
  • It can complete a standing (from stationary) quarter mile in 11.3 seconds with a terminal speed of 200 kilometres per hour (125 mph) or a standing kilometre in 20.1 seconds.
  • Wikipedia: Maserati MC12