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demise

A transfer of an interest in real property for a certain number of years,for life,or at will.This is why leases often refer to “the demised premises.”The use of the word demise in an instrument automatically triggers the grantor's liability for the warranty of quiet enjoyment.

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The mean and interannual variability of onset and demise dates in our product is consistent with the literature.
The demise of the Indian monsoon as well as the onset and demise of the South American monsoon is not as evident as the onset of the Indian monsoon (Figs.
First, we evaluate the percentage of undefined onset and demise dates using each methodology.
In contrast, the demise dates are not well correlated (Fig.
Some regions experience the onset or demise of the rainy season around the end of the year.
Adams, 2017: Sub-seasonal predictability of the onset and demise of the rainy season over monsoonal regions.