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  • n  a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it
    he signed the deed
  • n  something that people do or cause to happen

  • A deed affecting 46,000 firms and the daily lives of 1,300,000 workers was done last week by Benito Mussolini.
  • Denison '97, Deeds has so long been known for his Denison deeds that in Ohio he is usually designated "Denison Deeds," not "Dayton Deeds.
  • In peace times such good deeds as 'picking up women who faint in the street" and "seeing that the trains are kept clean'' are done by 2,000,000 maidenly members of the.
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  • Barack Obama in Forbes
    We're going to lead with our values and our ideals by deed and by example,Obama says in the spot airing in New Hampshire. "I want to go before the world and say America's back. America is back."
  • Peter Robinson in WalesOnline
    Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson said: "This officer was serving his community at the time of the incident. I unreservedly condemn this evil deed. I am sickened at the attempts by terrorists to destabilise Northern Ireland. Those...
  • Mark Regev in FOXNews
    The Palestinian leadership must both in word and in deed too have a zero tolerance policy to this sort of attack to demonstrate its commitment to peace and reconciliation,said Regev, the government spokesman.

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