Definitions for grace period
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an allowance of time after a payment of a loan, insurance premium, etc., becomes due before one is subject to penalties or before the loan, policy, etc., is canceled.
A length of time during which rules or penalties do not take effect or are withheld.
"Grace Period" is the 19th episode in the fourth season, and the 89th overall episode, of the American crime drama television series NCIS. It first aired on CBS in the United States on April 3, 2007. The episode is written by John Kelly and directed by James Whitmore, Jr., and was seen by 13.79 million viewers. An NCIS team, led by Special agent Paula Cassidy, receives a tip about terrorist activity but it turns out to be a trap, resulting in the death of two agents. Cassidy, grief-stricken, begins blaming herself for what happened. Gibbs and his team are sent to investigate the deaths with Cassidy joining them during the investigation. While Ducky is sure that the man who Cassidy received the tip from was dead at least one day before the explosion even happened, Cassidy and Abby insist otherwise. The episode marks the final appearance of NCIS Special agent Paula Cassidy, who is killed when she sacrifices herself to stop a suicide bomber.
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