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- n. Alternative spelling of transferal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See transferal
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of moving something from one location to another
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Setlai called his transferral to the prison parole board as a demotion and complained to the Jali Commission that the department was victimising him for authorising the making of the video.
He was sheltering himself in the routine that that kind of transferral to accounts at his disposal was done.
An impairment charge of $5.1 million was also booked for the planned closure of Elan's King of Prussia, Pa., site by the end of September and transferral of current projects and technology capabilities to other locations.
While we argue between right and left, it is a shocking transferral of wealth from bottom to top that is ruining America and destroying the middle class.
German newspapers suggest the court will say that future transferral of power to Brussels should only be allowed after the approval of the Bundestag (parliament) and that the constitutional court itself should watch over this process.
AND IN DOING SO, it appears Boysie and others contributed to Bernazzani's sudden transferral during this ultra-crucial six month period.
But not only did their political sweet talk lead to their hero's transferral, but these chatty political kingmakers didn't even check to see if he was eligible to run in the first place!
What wonderful heroes of New Orleans politics courted him, and perhaps contributed to the media attention that led to his abrupt transferral?
Without any formal capital relations, we can only speculate on the nature of “payback” to the parent company — anything from complicated “consulting service” schemes to cash in envelopes to the more common and completely legal transferral of publishing rights.
But the white men were insistent, so Samoset humored them by attending a ceremony and making his mark on a document of transferral.