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convey

To transfer title to real estate to another.

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By this oblique motion, the island is conveyed to different parts of the monarch's dominions.
In this prodigious ridge, which extends three hundred leagues, sometimes approaching near the sea, and sometimes running far up into the land, there is only one opening, through which all that merchandise is conveyed, which is embarked at Rifa, and from thence distributed through all the east.
As a first step, it is important to know more about the powder that is being conveyed, specifically its bulk density.
Conair presented the results of R&D efforts aimed at taking advantage of the fact that the system can be "tuned" to match material speed to application requirements and the characteristics of the material being conveyed.
Because each and every material to be conveyed reacts differently under a given set of operating conditions, it is extremely critical to match the system operating characteristics to the material to be conveyed in order to achieve the most desired conveying performance and to provide the best value.
The bond debt was unsecured but was guaranteed by the subsidiaries who conveyed unsecured guarantees for the debt (the conveying subsidiaries).
Damascus, (SANA)-Delegated by President Bashar al-Assad, Minister of Presidential Affairs Mansour Azzam on Saturday conveyed to the heads of Christian denominations congratulations on Christmas, the day marking the birth of Jesus Christ, messenger of love and peace.
The stuffing pressure is measured in the cylinder's material inlet, programmed by means of the Selogica machine control system on the company's Allrounder, and regulated via the screw rotation speed so that the material is conveyed to the cylinder under constant pressure, regardless of the filling level.
gt; <Travelers were conveyed to the airport by shuttle.
The Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point (MOTSU), relinquished possession of historic Fort Johnston at the mouth of the Cape Fear River to the City of Southport on September 8, 2006 after the federal government formally conveyed the property to its new owner.
Once on the job, however, the new sales rep's body language conveyed that he was often defensive in his interactions with his manager.
In the recycling and solid waste industries, this can involve the movement of much greater amounts of material than one might find in a warehouse, where evenly spaced boxes might be the objects being conveyed.