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deliver

v. to actually hand an object, money or document to another.

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Those delivered before the coloured people had for their main object the impressing upon them the importance of industrial and technical education in addition to academic and religious training.
I refer to the address which I delivered at the opening of the Atlanta Cotton states and International Exposition, at Atlanta, Ga., September 18, 1895.
Pott, drawing forth the last number of the Eatanswill GAZETTE, and referring to the same, delivered himself of the following paragraph:--
If customers value consistent quality and timely delivery, then the skills, systems and processes that produce and deliver quality products and services are highly valuable to the organization.
With the economy seemingly on its way back, it is the time to show our customers what our metalcasting facilities can deliver in terms of total component cost and total acquisition cost and not worry about who the competition is.
In doing so, you deliver success on the battlefield, and that translates directly to our nation's ability to assure our friends, deter potential adversaries, and swiftly defeat our enemies.
[and] have promised to do what can be done to deliver their telegrams to the addressees."
Over the course of three to seven days, GliaSite delivers radiation directly to the tissue surrounding the cavity, where tumors are most likely to recur, while reducing radiation exposure to healthy brain tissue.
Many barriers were created as process controls information technology can deliver the same control without convoluting the process.
Our customers expect us to innovate, to understand their business, and to deliver products that meet the constantly changing needs of their business.
A physicist and dosimetrist work together to construct a beam arrangement that will deliver the desired therapeutic dose to the tumor volume while minimizing the amount of radiation that will be delivered to the adjacent normal tissues.
To this content, its editors apply their "news judgment and common sense [to] eliminate the duplication and irrelevant news" that are often received with "automated news services," to deliver only what subscribers need.