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conveyance

Law
a. a transfer of the legal title to property
b. the document effecting such a transfer

conveyance

1. The transfer of property from one person to another.
2. The document or instrument by which this transfer is effected.
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It's really easy to raise or lower material speed and airflow," Brewster said, and the customer can set up and store up to 10 programs per receiver station, and convey different materials at different speeds.
com)-- Convey Services today announced that Ultimate Office Tech (UOT), an Austin, Texas-based master agent group in the telecommunications and IT marketplace, has joined Convey Engage, the new online agent engagement program.
Pneumatic conveying concepts have the ability to convey at almost any conveying velocity desired to suit a given material to be conveyed.
WINNING Nationwide Property Lawyers, Convey Law, based in Newport, have raised more than PS165,000 for their chosen charities over the past four years.
A fall-out with his flatmate left Lee Convey without a roof over his head so he booked himself into a series of hotels and ran up large bills, despite not having the money to pay.
CONMAN Lee Convey ran up unpaid hotel bills for more than PS1,000 after being left homeless.
We have multiple options to convey our greetings to others.
To convey BMC molding compounds, this company has developed a screw feeder device that forces the fiber-filled material through a conveying screw with a diameter of 300 mm in parallel with the dosing process in the plasticizing cylinder.
1 : to carry from one place to another : transport <Pipes convey water.
The Matrix Removal System, featuring the Matrix Twister is a comprehensive system designed specifically to pneumatically convey PSA waste matrix and edge trim from a label press or diecutter to a compactor, baler, or dumpster.
The National Park Service responded to the GSA during a public entity screen that they had an approved application from the City of Southport and desired to convey the property to the city for use under parks and recreation.