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noun as in etching

noun as in selling

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Shenzhen’s ChiNext board said that it rejected Jiangsu Netin’s application because it failed to meet all requirements, citing inadequate information disclosure regarding stake transfers among shareholders and tax payments.

From Fortune

We’ve also reached out to Facebook to ask what next steps it’ll be taking over its EU-US data transfers in light of the EDPB guidance and will update this report with any response.

Less than a month after he transferred to Miami, his father and first football coach, Eric, died of a heart attack at 48.

Without the technology transfer process enabled by the 1980 law, this research could have died in Stanford labs.

From Fortune

Authorities believe the case may be linked to an organized crime network working with a drug cartel and transferred the case in 2015 to a special court in the capital after local prosecutors investigating the crime received threats.

From Fortune

The administration insisted it was stymied by congressional restrictions on transferring detainees out of Guantanamo.

This would involve transferring ownership of the NEC to a new public entity charged with caring for the tracks and signals.

He became a Lieutenant in The Blues and Royals before transferring his commission to the Royal Air Force.

She later played volleyball for Westminster College before transferring to Brigham Young University.

But if we're talking about transferring land through economic projects, then we're not ready to do so.

By transferring it in a way whereby the transferee becomes the holder or owner.

Dunbar expected to confer passive immunity on the hay fever patient by transferring to him this horse serum with its antibodies.

No, there was no way of suddenly bringing the Elders here, of transferring his burden of decision to them.

Meaning that you are going to try to hold us to the fixed percentage charge for handling, packing, loading, and transferring?

It was only a matter, he said, of transferring a man's habit patterns from brain cells to vacuum-tube cells.


On this page you'll find 111 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transferring, such as: appointment, apportioning, authorization, charge, commissioning, and committal.

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