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Reversion

reversion

The interest retained by a grantor after transferring some of its interests but not all. A landlord transfers some of its interests when it executes a lease; the right retained is the reversion. Also called a reversionary interest. Contrast with right of reentry.

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The reversion falling in soon after they were married, Fledgeby's father laid hold of the cash for his separate use and benefit.
Beginning in Boston, they were continued in a Boston suburb, on the shores of Lake George, in a Western New York health resort, in Buffalo, in Nahant; once, twice, and thrice in New York, with reversions to Boston, and summer excursions to the hills and waters of New England, until it seemed that their author had at last said his say, and he voluntarily lapsed into silence with the applause of friends and enemies alike.
Nothing was wanting to enable him to enter upon the immediate execution of this plan, but the death of Mr Allworthy; in calculating which he had employed much of his own algebra, besides purchasing every book extant that treats of the value of lives, reversions, &c.
Tri-Star asserts in its statement of claim that reversion has occurred.
LAHORE -- The Federal Service Tribunal (FST) reinstated an employee of Passport and Immigration Department, Lahore after one step reversion to lower post.
Reversion exfoliates dead skin cells, eliminates excess oil and tightens pores.
Whilst studies have demonstrated lifestyle modifications to be associated with reversion of metabolic syndrome and its components, little information exists on the effect of changes in overall dietary pattern without weight loss in preventing and managing the condition.
Home Reversion Plan A home reversion plan allows you to sell all or part of your home in exchange for a cash lump sum and a lifetime lease on the property.
Going beyond the legend of Hoenn, there's also Primal Reversion, where the Pokemons have reverted and reclaimed their original powers and capabilities, as told in the (http://www.
Reversion is the anaerobic aging of a polysulfidic rubber network which takes place not only at high vulcanizing temperatures and during long vulcanization times, but also in use if the vulcanizate is subject to dynamic stress.
At 160[degrees]C, the compound cures nearly twice as fast, which is highly desirable, but also shows evidence of reversion, which is caused by the breakdown of crosslinks resulting from long-term heat exposure.
This strategy enables me to estimate the amount of mean reversion of a stock opening price after controlling for the overall market movement.