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  • n. Alternative spelling of handover.

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Examples

  • Mr. Salway said he had been planning his departure and discussing the hand-over with the board since the end of 2010.

    Land Securities CEO Quits for "New Challenge'

  • Reuters Army troops fold the U.S. flag during a hand-over ceremony of Camp Kalsu to the Iraqi army on Sunday.

    As U.S. Exit Nears, Iraq Leader Vows Calm

  • Ernst & Young ShinNihon last month commissioned the four-member panel after a separate panel appointed by Olympus's board raised questions on the hand-over process when Ernst & Young took over from KPMG AZSA LLC in 2009.

    TPG Is Exploring Joint Investment in Olympus

  • The American Civil Liberties Union calls this the "single biggest hand-over of unchecked war authority from Congress to the executive branch in modern American history"; they are absolutely right.

    Rep. Charles Rangel: Stop GOP Push for Perpetual Warfare

  • We then discovered the actual Golden Gramophone was sent to us by mail; there was no grand hand-over on the day.

    Fallin’ Up

  • It calls for a gradual hand-over to Afghan troops and initial withdrawals of foreign forces by the middle of this year, concluding in 2014, when security throughout the nation will be transferred entirely to government forces.

    Taliban Strength Unaffected By Allied Surge

  • Kozhin, head of the Russian presidential property department, speaking at a hand-over ceremony for the movies last October.

    Silent films recovered: These new releases are oldest in a long time

  • Meanwhile, the deadline for a proposed hand-over of security responsibility to Afghan Security Forces for seven areas of the country is scheduled to coincide with a drawdown in U.S. forces in July.

    Petraeus: U.S. still needed in Afghanistan

  • We spent about three hours in hand-over meetings, walking them through the hab's systems and answering questions.

    MDRS-88 sol 14 photos

  • Taken in the round over its half-millennium history—between John Cabot landing in Newfoundland in 1497 and the hand-over of Hong Kong in 1997—did the British Empire contribute or detract from the sum of human happiness?

    Now That The Sun Has Set

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