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Amtszeit {f}Femininum (die) term (of office)
Ausdruck {m}Maskulinum (der) ([bes. Fach-]Wort) term
Bedingung {f}Femininum (die) [jur., ökon.] term
Begriff {m}Maskulinum (der) ([Fach-]Wort) term
Fachausdruck {m}Maskulinum (der) term
Fachbegriff {m}Maskulinum (der) term
Semester {n}Neutrum (das) term [Am.]
Spielzeit {f}, Saison {f}Femininum (die) [-special_topic_sport-] term [-special_topic_sport-]
Termin {m}Maskulinum (der) term
Glied {n}Neutrum (das) (math., log. Ausdruck) term
Regel {f}Femininum (die) (physiol.) (Menstruation) term (obs.)
Wort {n}Neutrum (das) (Ausdruck; bes. Fachbegriff) term
Ausdruck {m}Maskulinum (der) [math.] term
Laufzeit {f}Femininum (die) (von Verträgen etc.) term
Trimester {n}Neutrum (das) term [Br.]
Verknüpfung {f}Femininum (die) [math.] term
Amtsdauer {f}Femininum (die) term of office
Amtsperiode {f}Femininum (die) term of office
Amtsperiode {f}Femininum (die) [pol.] term of office
Amtszeit {f}Femininum (die) (rückblickend) term in office
Begriff - Satz - Schlussfigur (Logik) term - proposition - syllogism (logics)
Bewerbungsfrist {f}Femininum (die) term for filing application
Dienstzeit {f}Femininum (die) [-special_topic_mil.-] term of service [-special_topic_mil.-]
Freiheitsstrafe {f}Femininum (die) [jur.] term of imprisonment
Gefängnisstrafe {f}Femininum (die) term of imprisonment
Hausarbeit {f}Femininum (die) term paper
Kosewort {n}Neutrum (das) term of endearment
Kündigungsfrist {f}Femininum (die) term of notice
Legislaturperiode {f}Femininum (die) (Amtsdauer) term of office
Lieferfrist {f}Femininum (die) term of delivery
Pachtdauer {f}Femininum (die) term of lease
Präsidentschaft {f}Femininum (die) [bes. pol.] (Amtszeit) term of presidency
Regierung {f}Femininum (die) (Regierungszeit) term of office
Regierungszeit {f}Femininum (die) term of office
Semesterarbeit {f}Femininum (die) term paper
Versicherungsdauer {f}Femininum (die) term of an insurance policy

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As it was, he suffered a long term of imprisonment and afterwards returned to England a morose and disappointed man.
More than one captain made up his mind then and there that his “cobble” or his “mule,” as they term the different classes of boats, would remain in the harbour till the storm had passed.
Therefore, putting on one side imaginary things concerning a prince, and discussing those which are real, I say that all men when they are spoken of, and chiefly princes for being more highly placed, are remarkable for some of those qualities which bring them either blame or praise; and thus it is that one is reputed liberal, another miserly, using a Tuscan term (because an avaricious person in our language is still he who desires to possess by robbery, whilst we call one miserly who deprives himself too much of the use of his own); one is reputed generous, one rapacious; one cruel, one compassionate; one faithless, another faithful; one effeminate and cowardly, another bold and brave; one affable, another haughty; one lascivious, another chaste; one sincere, another cunning; one hard, another easy; one grave, another frivolous; one religious, another unbelieving, and the like.
What the two drank together, between Hilary Term and Michaelmas, might have floated a king’s ship.
Nor would it have been an expectation of a hopeful kind, since a small part of his income was derived from the pilotage of timid women (mostly of a full habit and past the middle term of life) from Tellson’s side of the tides to the opposite shore.
Old Captain Peleg, many years her chief-mate, before he commanded another vessel of his own, and now a retired seaman, and one of the principal owners of the Pequod,—this old Peleg, during the term of his chief-mateship, had built upon her original grotesqueness, and inlaid it, all over, with a quaintness both of material and device, unmatched by anything except it be Thorkill-Hake’s carved buckler or bedstead.
But the last term of the definition is still more cogent, as coupled with the first.
And it is much to be deplored that the place to which you devote so considerable a portion of the whole term of your natural life, should be so sadly destitute of anything approaching to a cosy inhabitiveness, or adapted to breed a comfortable localness of feeling, such as pertains to a bed, a hammock, a hearse, a sentry box, a pulpit, a coach, or any other of those small and snug contrivances in which men temporarily isolate themselves.
Now, in this history of his, Procopius mentions that, during the term of his prefecture at Constantinople, a great sea-monster was captured in the neighboring Propontis, or Sea of Marmora, after having destroyed vessels at intervals in those waters for a period of more than fifty years.
At any rate, when you watch those live crabs that nestle here on this bonnet, such an idea will be almost sure to occur to you; unless, indeed, your fancy has been fixed by the technical term “crown” also bestowed upon it; in which case you will take great interest in thinking how this mighty monster is actually a diademed king of the sea, whose green crown has been put together for him in this marvellous manner.

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