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kuhn vay ing

  • n  act of transferring property title from one person to another
  • v  make known; pass on, of information
  • v  serve as a means for expressing something
  • v  transfer to another
  • v  transmit a title or property
  • v  transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
  • v  take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
  • v  go or come after and bring or take back

  • In his classic 1922 study Public Opinion, journalist Walter Lippmann maintained that pictures are "the surest way of conveying an idea.
  • More than any teacher or workshop, Blackwell says, "parents can play a critical role in conveying this message to their children by praising their effort, strategy and progress .
  • The candidate himself is looking well, conveying an image of sun-dappled middle age.
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  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Sydney Morning Herald
    We will also be conveying very directly and personally to the Haitian people our long-term, unwavering support, solidarity and sympathies to reinforce President [Barack] Obama's message that they are not facing this crisis alone,Mrs Clinton said.
  • Marc Dann in Reuters Canada
    While conveying this information to us is a good first step, MySpace needs to do more, including implementing an effective age verification system that will make the site considerably safer,Ohio AG Marc Dann said in a statement.
  • Nelson Chamisa in Times Online
    Either Mr Mugabe is mischievous or genuinely out of touch with reality,said Nelson Chamisa, a spokesman for the party. "Instead of conveying a message of condolences, Mr Mugabe was busy politicking."

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