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convey

To transfer title to real estate to another.

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When Laura is walking through a passage-way, with her hands spread before her, she knows instantly every one she meets, and passes them with a sign of recognition: but if it be a girl of her own age, and especially if it be one of her favourites, there is instantly a bright smile of recognition, a twining of arms, a grasping of hands, and a swift telegraphing upon the tiny fingers; whose rapid evolutions convey the thoughts and feelings from the outposts of one mind to those of the other.
Sir Henry Russell's widow, indeed, has no honours to distinguish her arms, but still it is a handsome equipage, and no doubt is well known to convey a Miss Elliot.
He was under an intolerable necessity to convey something that he felt, and he created them with that intention alone.
It is impossible to conceive of half the things this charming Frenchman wished to convey to the moon.
Ardan wished to convey a number of animals of different sorts, not indeed a pair of every known species, as he could not see the necessity of acclimatizing serpents, tigers, alligators, or any other noxious beasts in the moon.
He did not believe that his picture was better than all the pictures of Raphael, but he knew that what he tried to convey in that picture, no one ever had conveyed.
To Mr Henry Gowan, as the time approached, Clennam tried to convey by all quiet and unpretending means, that he was frankly and disinterestedly desirous of tendering him any friendship he would accept.
The operating temperature of your conveying system should be low to begin with--at the source: The air stream that conveys materials, whether positive pressure or vacuum blower systems (or both).
A handwritten card conveys a lot and has a strong personal touch to it," she said.
The most impressive performance is turned in by Krizner, whose Wilson conveys a haunting amalgam of sensuality, sadness and wisdom.
In Avigdor Arikha's ink drawing View from the Meridien, 1998, the unmarked texture of paper conveys the open space of the sky.
By maintaining the rope/disk assembly at a constant rate of speed, the conveyor produces a conveying stream that conveys even the most difficult of powders, including titanium dioxide or other inherently difficult materials, according to the literature.