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convey

To transfer title to real estate to another.

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Third, the FHA allowance for repairs of $2,500 is too small to allow many aging homes to achieve conveyable condition.
Upon the launch of the conveyable ReadyGrow planter, the retailers are able to offer a truly sustainable package that will not tear apart when watered or lifted from greenhouse trays and consumers gain a product that is both environmentally friendly and easy to plant.
Conveyable merchandise is picked and placed on conveyor belts that move it through high-speed sortation systems that can sort between 6,000 and 7,000 cartons per hour, directing them to the appropriate door to be loaded on a trailer destined for the appropriate store.
Thus, children have only TU = here&now and TT/TSit at their disposal; this severely constrains the range of temporal information conveyable by grammatical means.
I understand Emily Dickinson's desire to grow--to open, to receive, to accept, to actively integrate, to begin to construct originality--as well as her fear that creative growth may be something that is not teachable, not "conveyable" from one person to another.
The third, and possibly most possibly explanation, is the phenomenon described by Sadalla and Sheets (29) whereby materials are seen as embodying unique character or "personality" and that these qualities are in some way conveyable to the people who use those materials.
They had to be long and solid, but at the same time sufficiently light and slender to be easily conveyable during seasonal moVes.
The gyratory crusher reduces the overburden to a conveyable size at a rate of up to 10,000 t/h.
Two bases are available: the standard 4-way fork entry, and new conveyable 2-way fork entry model.
Also, if a portion of the DC is set up for conveyable product, look for a standard (not customized) conveyor interface.
Selecting the appropriate ratio for use in adjusting the ATF price involves analyzing the factors involved in each right-of-way sale, such as the percentage of conveyable title, economic factors, and general location.
Full cases of slow-moving grocery products will be housed in conveyable aisles where batch selection technology will let selectors pick 20 to 30 different store orders in a single trip down each aisle.