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Northbound and southbound lanes in the tunnel, which is part of Interstate 395, reopened south of Massachusetts Avenue NW, while the highway remained closed from Massachusetts Avenue to its terminus at New York Avenue NW.

In such a scenario, McNeil says, the ice could disappear as far upstream as Camp 10, which currently sits more than 15 miles from the terminus.

Cruise ships would anchor close to the terminus—a towering cliff of ice—and blow their horns to make icebergs shatter into the sea.

Several hundred miles later, at the base of the trail’s northern terminus, I’d thrown down my sleeping bag in the middle of a gravel parking lot the night before, mistaking it for a campground.

Whatever your plans, take advantage of your position near the scenic byway’s northern terminus, and plan at least one day to drive the entire length of the park and back.

It does say something for the strength of this half-season, however, that Terminus feels so far away now.

When the group enters Terminus, Rick does not hesitate to fight.

He reminds Bob that “your people” destroyed Terminus, forcing its batch of psychos to survive “out here like everybody else.”

Rick and company are out of the boxcar inside Terminus, the “sanctuary for all” which may or may not be filled with cannibals.

Back to Terminus, we saw only a bunch of young people and one older woman, Mary.

Galway is the principal western terminus of the Midland railway.

Another very interesting place is the Plage de Westende, the present terminus of the electric railway from Ostend.

The harbour on the south-west side of Mombasa island is known as Kilindini, the terminus of the Uganda railway.

Return tickets available for six weeks may be purchased at any London terminus: first class 16, 13s.

The sitting-room had three or four windows, of which two looked out upon the terminus.


On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to terminus, such as: accomplishment, achievement, adjournment, attainment, cease, and cessation.

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