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of an estate or interest in land, to return to its former owner or his heirs when a grant, such as a grant for the lifetime of the grantee, comes to an end.
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Just what forces kicked in to start crude's relentless price climb and force the oil-gold price ratio to revert to its mean?
It doesn't have to be reverted back to higher tariff,' the trade chief said.
"We also help reverts learn more about Islam by taking them for weekly classes held at the society premises, to share and understand the role of Islam in the modern world," added the spokesman.
Based on the UK-wide New Muslim Project set up in 1993 the NMPW - an off-shoot of the Islamic Social Services Association Wales, based in the Unity Centre, Loudoun Square - aims to find and reach out to Muslim reverts across Wales who may be isolated and in need of support.
Try Astra Mortgages' fixed rate mortgage of 5.99% which runs until July 31, 2028 and then reverts to the lender's standard variable rate for the rest of the term, currently 7.05%.
Following complaints from mobile bloggers, UK mobile operator O2 has revealed that it will revert to the original method of sending multimedia messages (MMS) via e-mail.
But if warm air cools off while it is inside of a wall, the vapor will revert to water inside of the wall as well, and the water will be deposited in an uncontrolled, unanticipated location.
Chet Childress: More tricks than anyone, including les-twist disasters, backside disaster reverts, hurricanes to fakie, frontside 5-0 fakies, big tailboned backside airs and many more all strung together in a pleasing manner
Since Kinross will foot the cleanup bill before the property reverts back to the Crown, why not generate some economic value from it, Cooper says.
You can certainly place a SE terminator on your LVD bus, but by doing so, the entire bus now reverts back to SE mode.
Escheat property is property that reverts to a government entity in the absence of legal claimants or heirs and includes abandoned and unclaimed property.