- n document effecting a property transfer
- n the transmission of information
- n something that serves as a means of transportation
- n act of transferring property title from one person to another
- n the act of moving something from one location to another
- In ambulances it is also routine for the head of the patient to be at the front of the conveyance.
- Or skip the camel tours altogether in favor of more modern conveyance.
- Self-loathing and angst are the destinations he trawls, Venice merely the conveyance that takes his characters to those dark domains.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in San Francisco Chronicle
We need more water. We need to build more storage and we have to build conveyance, the canal, all of those kinds of things, even though it's politically risky again,Schwarzenegger said.
- Colin McDonald in Sydney Morning Herald
Nothing has been sponsored by me or anyone else that these parcels go only to residents of Billings County ...... if that is what they are choosing to do, that is not the right choice in my judgment. The terms of conveyance are up to the Forest... Byron Dorgan http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byron_Dorgan&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH7wsnREKIlXjypZWF2rqOoMFF-8w In-Forum (subscription) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.in-forum.com/ap/index.cfm%3Fpage%3Dview%26id%3DD8PO7ABG2&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHXz4oZvNrPLGGIdMJNf6zmrnilyQ Jun 13, 2007
22091 29616 conveyance Colin McDonald, the barrister for Rush, said: It will then become a relevant legal consideration for the AFP in the conveyance of information that might predictably lead to the imposition of the death penalty on Australian citizens."