(1) The protection of the chromosome end arguably depends on the structure of the telomeric terminus - the absolute end of the chromosome.(2) This station is an attempt to resemble a London railway terminus , complete with the see-through roof and the space.(3) At one time his father had a pub and grocery business, situated near a large Dublin railway terminus .(4) The rails will be a permanent reminder of the heyday of the station as a thriving terminus .(5) For many viruses, a small segment of the fusion protein usually located at the N terminus of the fusion protein is responsible for the early stage in the membrane fusion process.(6) And resurfacing is also in progress on the old bus station site which is to become a car park to replace the spaces taken up by the new terminus .(7) Extend their thinking to its logical conclusion and you end up at the same dread terminus , with inquisitions, witch-burnings, religious brainwashing and the divinely ordained subjugation of women, homosexuals and infidels.(8) The final block has a taxi rank, a bus terminus , hawkers' stalls and space for retailers and wholesalers.(9) Moreover, what building could better symbolise Britain's territorial expansion in the industrial age than the world's first purpose-built railway terminus ?(10) When we got to this terminus station, our train remained on the right-side track.(11) Imagine this - a service that has large parking lots at its terminus stations, clean trains, and decent reliability.(12) the exhibition's terminus is 1962(13) On that day the largest flood in living memory swept from the terminus (bottom end) of SkeidarÔö£├¡r Glacier.(14) Divorce proved the terminus of a third of marriages (and fewer couples were getting legally married anyway).(15) This arch marks the western terminus of an interior corridor that has as its eastern terminus the door with the herms.(16) Mr Fee said the road was being planned with ├ö├ç├┐utter indifference├ö├ç├û to where or when a major rail terminus along its route might lie.