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(quote-book)|title=Francesca Carrara|volume=3|page=102|text=She unlocked the casket which contained her mother's picture, and gazed even more earnestly than usual on that beautiful face; its frank, glad smile was too painful; it seemed an omen of all that could make a joyous and beloved existence; and yet how had her's terminated!
1857, (w), ''The Life of Michael Angelo Buonarroti''
- During this interval of calm and prosperity, he terminated two figures of slaves, destined for the tomb, in an incomparable style of art.
To set or be a limit or boundary to.
To kill someone or something.
Of a mode of transport, to end its journey; or, of a railway line, to reach its terminus.
Having a definite and clear limit or boundary; having a determinate size, shape or magnitude.
Expressible in a finite number of terms; (of a decimal) not recurring or infinite.
(feminine plural of)