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convey

v. to transfer title (official ownership) to real property (or an interest in real property) from one (grantor) to another (grantee) by a written deed (or an equivalent document such as a judgment of distribution which conveys real property from an estate). This is completed by recording the document with the County Recorder or Recorder of Deeds. It only applies to real property. (See: alienation, deed, grantor, grantee, conveyance)

convey

(Communicate), verb acquaint, advise, affirm, announce, annunciate, apprise, articulate, assert, aver, avow, bare, become known, broadcast, comment, confide, contact, declare, describe, detail, direct the attention to, disseminate, divulgate, divulge, educate, elucidate, enlighten, evince, explain, expose, express, get across, get in touch, give an account, give notice, impart, indicate, instruct, keep posted, make acquainted, make aware, make known, make public, manifest, mention, narrate, pass on, point out, post, proclaim, promulgate, publish, recite, recount, relate, remark, render an account, report, represent, reveal, share, signify, speak, specify, state, suggest, teach, tell, transmit, uncover, vent

convey

(Transfer), verb abalienate, alienate, assign, award, bequeath, carry, cede, consign, contribute, deed, deliver, deliver over, demise, devolve, dispense, donate, endow, enfeoff, give, grant, hand down, hand out, impart, lease, pass, pass down, pass title, present, relinquish, shift, transfer title, transmit, transport, transpose
Associated concepts: lawfully convey, quitclaim and convey
See also: abalienate, advance, advise, alienate, allude, annunciate, assign, attorn, bear, bespeak, bestow, carry, cede, circulate, commit, communicate, confer, connote, consign, construe, contribute, dedicate, deliver, demise, depict, devise, devolve, disabuse, disperse, displace, disseminate, entrust, express, give, grant, impart, indicate, inform, lease, let, move, notify, pass, phrase, post, present, purport, recount, relate, relegate, remark, remove, render, send, signify, supply, tell, transmit, transport, yield

convey

see CONVEYANCING.
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Or, material can be conveyed into the receiver and discharged at the end of the conveying cycle in a metered way.
A CPA has no privilege under any circumstances, but an attorney may have a privilege in connection with consultation and representation, if the information conveyed to him is conveyed in the setting described above and is not waived by the client.
The deeds which are silent on the issue of the Reservations also state that the land is conveyed subject to all rights previously conveyed.
The firm's 16 different pneumatic conveying concepts are said to have the ability to convey at almost any conveying velocity desired to suit a given material to be conveyed.
During testing, captured data include average and instantaneous material rates, airflow, cycle times, conveyed weights and system pressure, along with material degradation and other physical property changes.
One problem with computer control of steering systems is that, because operational information is conveyed by means of electronic signals, there is no mechanism for feedback of information to the driver on actual road-surface conditions, vehicle status, and cautionary information.
Think of them as intermediate holding points for resins conveyed by vacuum.
This represented full gain recognition attributable to the portion of the net assets conveyed to Great Lakes in excess of the Company's 50% ownership interest, pursuant to EITF 89-7, Exchange of Assets or Interest in a Subsidiary for a Noncontrolling Equity Interest in a New Entity.
Using company's Aero-Caster technology and using standard shop air, heavy loads can be conveyed on a nearly frictionless film of compressed air precisely and cost-effectively.
Material can be conveyed from drums, bags or super sacks.
Resin is conveyed into a double-insulated hopper with an internal agitator to prevent agglomeration.