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yn dod i ben
- yn dod i benwedi dod i benyn dod i benyn dod i ben
Verb(1) lose validity(2) pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life(3) expel air
(1) If someone starves, a hero will give up their own food and die before letting that person expire .(2) On the plus side, the fact that I'm here means I didn't expire in a blazing fireball.(3) You will of course be aware that unless the council decides otherwise, your Agreement will expire automatically on 31 March 2004 and no funding will be payable after then in any event.(4) According to school legend they were taken to the sanatorium, where they would expire after a week or so without ever being able to utter another word.(5) If two doctors agree that the condition has reached the point of no return then it should be agreed to let the person expire with dignity.(6) Ex-patriots must make extra trips to the police station permit section if the documents often expire at different times.(7) The credit period extended by this Agreement shall expire in any event fifty-one weeks from the date of this Agreement.(8) Pilots were also informed that they will be required to pay the full ├ö├®┬╝15,000 cost of the training if they leave the airline before the five years has expired .(9) The old collective agreement expired in May and talks began shortly thereafter.(10) The statement said he did not intend to leave office before his term expires in another five years.(11) The current five-year lease agreement expires in 2002.(12) Second was the class of persons who had exceptional leave with a limit on duration, where that duration had not expired when they left and then returned to the United Kingdom.(13) The company justified its refusal to rehire the contract workers by claiming that their work agreements had expired .(14) When his six-year term expired , his appointment was not renewed and he left Sydney on October 22, 1831.(15) ├ö├ç├┐It was signed off before the old agreement had even expired ,├ö├ç├û she said.(16) The president, whose five-year term expires in February next year, is constitutionally barred from seeking another term.
(1) to expire :: i ddod i ben
2. die ::
3. breathe out ::
4. exhale ::
5. pass away ::
basio i ffwrdd
1. continue ::
2. persist ::
Different Formsexpire, expired, expires, expiring
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