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Attorn

To turn over money, rent, or goods to another. To assign to a specific function or service.

attorn

verb allot, assign, cede, confer, confer ownnrship, consign, convey, deliver, demise, devise, devolve upon, dispose of, give, grant, impart, let, part with, pass down, relinquish, transfer, turn over

attorn

see ATTORNMENT.
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