change of hands

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AFTER witnessing a shift in power, Lutyens' Delhi is witnessing a different kind of change of hands.
Regarding the change of hands before the final ball, he added: "I've made 11 (maximums) righthanded.
Regarding the swift change of hands before the final ball, he added: "I've made 11 (maximums) right-handed.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Wed, Jan 29, 2014 - The two gates American Airlines must divest at Dallas' Love Field as part of its merger settlement with the Department of Justice are awaiting a change of hands, but it remains unclear when another airline will get them.
Although there were some players exiting the industry and a change of hands of some establishments, we have not experienced major bad debt in our books.
It is understood the bars will remain open for advertised New Year's Eve events tonight, despite the change of hands.
CHANGE OF HANDS Mark Schwarzer is wanted by Arsenal to solve their goalkeeping problems
Mr Riley and Mr Ball were involved in the change of hands of Shorrocks Country Club, in Lifeboat Road, Formby, in 2005.
John did a lot of work on her but I thought I'd give her a change of hands.
However, Prime Minister John Howard signaled the government was unlikely to interfere in any change of hands of the airline, founded 86 years ago in outback Queensland as an air taxi service.
The expansion follows the company's change of hands last year when it was acquired by a consortium of senior management and an Asian private equity firm which has provided the company with an infusion of capital.
It would help rebuild the wrecked nation, and it could help further split the semi-monolithic ruling class-clan and encourage a meaningful change of hands at the top.