I dropped my women off at the terminal entrance of Logan Airport, amid kisses and a promise to see them in twenty-four hours.
In it was her bucket list, a list of things she hoped to do before she died from the terminal brain tumor she no longer possessed.
She's learned to appreciate life and those around her, following a diagnosis of a terminal illness.
I have a terminal brain tumor.
She said it with a sad finality, like someone admitting to having a terminal disease.
She dragged the unconscious commander to the floor and replaced him in the seat before the energy terminal, assessing the damage done.
She slumped on the infrastructure terminal, awaiting the results of the status checks.
Rita Angeltoni banged away on her keyboard, complaining of a terminal case of morning sickness.
Waves of wind-driven rain pummeled the terminal with a fury.
I probably got a terminal case of hemorrhoids.
Homer Flanders, Tic-Face to some of his friends, was found resting in a quiet corner of the Parkside bus terminal, his throat slit like a second grin.
Inside the airport terminal, she kissed him good-by.
Entering the terminal, she glanced around anxiously.
I, 4) the abdomen is cylindrical, the female is provided with a ventral ovipositor and has the terminal abdominal segment conical; the corresponding segment in the male is usually bluntly rounded.
These insects have the abdomen flattened, with its terminal segment (see fig.
Gradually coming to occupy definite beds, which are deepened and polished by the friction, they impress a characteristic appearance on the land, which guides them as they traverse it, and, although the ice melts at lower levels, vast quantities of clay and broken stones are brought down and deposited in terminal moraines where the glacier ends.
Railway stations are either " terminal " or " intermediate."
The position of the main buildings - ticket offices, waiting and refreshment-rooms, parcels offices, &c. - relative to the direction of the lines of rails may be used as a means of classifying terminal stations.
An incurable, terminal disease?