convey from one person, place, sense, &c. to another.
Etymology: Formed as, with the doubled to preclude a pronunciation ending in.
Verb form of the word transfer.
They did transfer ownership to the community.
Submitted by MaryC on February 21, 2020
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The numerical value of transferred in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of transferred in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
In terms of water, in terms of sanitation, in terms of food assistance, it's totally inadequate. On most of the islands, there is no reception capacity, people are not sleeping under any form of roof, so it's total chaos on the islands. After a couple of days they are transferred to Athens, there is nothing waiting for them in Athens.
Duty will be transferred to the next government systematically, according to the schedule. We will ensure it will be very smooth and stable, without worry.
People are saying we could face about a billion (euros) in additional contributions. We Germans need to make sure that after a Brexit the British contributions up to now are not simply transferred on to Germany and the rest of the net contributor countries.
We hope to resolve all other charges right away so that Bob can be transferred to California for trial.
The case will now be transferred to the Court of Appeals which will hear the trial again in full. This process is expected to take several years, the superficial nature of the verdict is astounding and does not even pretend to address the arguments we presented during the five weeks of the trial. This will need to be covered by the appeals court.
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