What is full term?

  • (noun): The end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent.
    Example: "A healthy baby born at full term"
    Synonyms: term

Full Term

Full Term in the universities of Oxford and Cambridge refers to the eight weeks within the longer academic term during which lectures are given and students are required to be in residence. The dates of Full Term may differ from year to year within the fixed dates of the whole term (simply, but ambiguously, referred to as 'Term' with a capital, or occasionally 'statutory term').

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Ken Bennett - Biography - Secretary of State - 2010 Election
... Bennett won election to a full term as Secretary of State in the November 2010, defeating his Democratic opponent Chris Deschene with 59% of the vote ... Bennett was sworn in for a full term on January 3, 2011, at this point becoming the first in line to succeed Brewer (who had also been elected to a full term) to the governorship ...
Bill Robertson (Louisiana Politician) - Toppling Paul Brown, 1990
... Robertson entered the race for a full term as mayor in 1990 ... Cost (born 1948) challenged Brown, who was seeking his first full term in the position ... disabled Brown could not discharge his duties in a full term, voters handily elected Robertson, 2,529 votes (59 percent) to 1,758 (41 percent) ...
Full Term
... Full Term in the universities of Oxford and Cambridge refers to the eight weeks within the longer academic term during which lectures are given and students ... The dates of Full Term may differ from year to year within the fixed dates of the whole term (simply, but ambiguously, referred to as 'Term' with a capital, or occasionally 'statutory term') ...
Dropping The Writ
... Dropping the writ is the informal term for a procedure in some parliamentary government systems, where the head of government (that is the prime minister, premier ... within their discretion when to drop the writ, up to the time when the parliament has served its full term ... by law that the parliament must run its full term before issuing the writs ...

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    I expect to maintain this contest until successful, or till I die, or am conquered, or my term expires, or Congress or the country forsakes me.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    One can’t truly feel for the starving with a full stomach.
    Chinese proverb.