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use "expire" in a sentence

The partnership agreement won’t officially expire until March 2016.

The current collective agreements with teachers expire on Aug. 31, 2016.

Manufacturers have ceased production and existing stocks are set to expire.

The proposal now on the table would replace that levy, set to expire in 2016.

The freeze was originally to expire this year, but is being extended by a year.

When your monthly bill goes up Promotional offers are great -- until they expire.

"As a result, some of the serious sexual allegations against him will now expire.

The govt should of just backed the day up to when it was to expire the first time.

The Patriot Act was passed after the 9/11 attacks and which will expire on 1 June.

A Qatari agreement on supervision of the ex-detainees had been due to expire.

That was eight months after Sonus extended a poison pill that had been set to expire.

The Patriot Act provisions in question expire June 1 unless Congress reauthorizes them.

He stayed that order, but the stay is scheduled to expire at the end of the day Monday.

The air miles never expire and there are no limitations, restrictions or blackout dates.

And even that fresh standard's set to expire with the looming threat of 8K on the horizon.

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