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sever

To separate, as when the mineral interests are severed from the surface rights in real property.

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Dafydd Roberts, defending, said:"Mr Severs was receiving treatment once a fortnight and was told that was being reduced.
Mr Severs, who colleagues say was in his early fifties, was well-known in the region for his work in Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Oman and had been with the company for three years.
According to the Court of Appeals of Washington, an owner's conveyance that severs legal access to the property is a fact to be weighed in determining the reasonable need for a way of necessity and is not a complete bar.
Dr Severs thanked everyone for their support, particularly Beryl Turner who initiated the project.
Caroline Gregg and Andrew Severs of Shotley Bridge, Consett, County Durham, were married on February 29 at Close House, Wylam, Northumberland, where their reception was also held.
Severs, 46, admitted a sickening catalogue of cruelty and neglect on Doorpool Farm at Bonchester Bridge, Roxburghshire.
This large customer base can only be served if these low-end storage expansion severs hide the enterprise class technology, that makes them work.
It is believed Mr Severs, who had a heart condition, may have slipped after suffering a heart attack.
I've always been interested in history," says Vesta-Nadine Severs, of Neosho, Mo.
A capability to tolerate poor power lines makes these cutting packages ideal for fieldwork: The 550 cuts 1/2-inch and severs 5/8-inch.
Even when the cell bodies are spared, if the injury severs some of the millions of long fibers that carry signals, connections are lost and a person may suffer loss of sensory input or motor control.