delivery

(redirected from delivering)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Idioms.

delivery

1. Sport
a. the act or manner of bowling or throwing a ball
b. the ball so delivered
2. Law an actual or symbolic handing over of property, a deed, etc.
3. Engineering the discharge rate of a compressor or pump
4. (in South Africa) the supply of basic services to communities deprived under apartheid
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
Hindus have a problem is delivering beef while Muslims do not want to deliver pork.
During his career, the business of delivering babies changed.
It is clear from the existing research that what may initially seem to be a straightforward process of delivering bad news is actually saturated with strong emotions for both the deliverer and the recipient of the bad news.
"We know from our research that people increasingly want access to our news however, whenever and wherever they need it, so the introduction of The Wall Street Journal Office Network is consistent with our strategy of delivering award-winning news and information across multiple distribution channels."
Only one of the taxpayer's VPFs contained a cash settlement option; the other contracts could only be settled by the taxpayer delivering the pledged shares.
PCI Express (PCIe), a new serial host bus architecture, is designed to address a wide range of current and future system interconnect requirements by delivering the flexibility, scalability and performance bandwidth needed to support upcoming technologies like 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) and SAS.
To avoid getting in trouble down the line as a result of delivering assistance in living (AIL) services in existing independent living units, ask yourself six tough questions now, and answer them from the perspective of the years 2005 through 2010:
"The OntarioLearn initiative is effective," Rees says, "because rather than developing and delivering online courses individually, colleges share both the curriculum and technology infrastructure.
Doctors traditionally counseled women who had had a cesarean section against delivering vaginally, even though a mother's recovery time is longer after a cesarean birth.
Raytheon Six Sigma[TM] is now an integral part of the business strategy and is successful because it focuses on achieving success for customers while delivering results for the company.
Further, the strategy map identifies the specific capabilities in the organization's intangible assets--human capital, information capital and organization capital--that are required for delivering exceptional performance in the critical internal processes.
For women with a low risk of perinatal complications, care involving collaboration between a certified nurse-midwife and a physician, and the option of delivering at a birth center, is as safe as traditional physician-based care and entails the use of fewer medical procedures.