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transfer someone or something (from some place) (to some place)

to move or relocate someone or something from one place to another. Her company transferred her from Houston to Los Angeles. We transferred the boxes from one place to another.

transfer someone or something to someone

to reassign someone or something to someone. I transferred my secretary to Joel, who can get along with almost anyone. Ann transferred her car registration to her sister.
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transfer something (from someone) (to someone else)

to reassign something from one person to another. I have to transfer ownership of this car to my daughter. The title of the car was transferred from me to someone else.

transfer to something

to have oneself reassigned to something. I am transferring to the accounting department. Andy wanted to transfer to a different school.
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celestial transfer

n. death. (Hospital, cruel, jocular word play.) He’s circling the drain. Almost ready for a celestial transfer.
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The Eighth Circuit concluded that the transfer to the grandchildren was exempt from GSTT under TRA '86 Section 1433(b)(2)(A), because the transfer was "under a trust" irrevocable on Sept.
However, in several relatively recent cases, the IRS has argued successfully that the transfer of assets to an FLP should be disregarded by applying Internal Revenue Code Sec.
Ed Pai, research analyst for the college, noted that although Santa Monica topped the state in African-American transfers to the UC system, with 31 in 2003-04, tiny West, with only 9,600 students, sent 20 African- American students to the UC system.
Access from a community college to a university used to be easy, but recent changes to the CSU and UC admission process and lower-division, major prerequisite requirements has created challenges that students must conquer to avoid adverse affects to their transfer progress.
DANAMI-2 was the largest clinical trial to test whether transfer for angioplasty is superior to on-site drug treatment.
No doubt there were numerous problems with the way New York City school officials implemented NCLB in the law's first two school years, as indicated by the city's recent decision to limit NCLB transfers in the 2004-05 school year.
The Fifth Circuit first determined the transfer to the LP (by far the larger and more important) was for full and adequate consideration.
Figure 4, reproduced below, relates to transfers of assets between unrelated corporations.
Bathing equipment and transfer devices have come a long way from the days of cast iron tubs and steam kettles.
A general formula exists to calculate market based transfer pricing between divisions or segments in a multidivisional company.
10-Preauthorized Transfers, under 10(b) Written Authorization for Preauthorized Transfers from Consumer's Account, paragraph 5.
Therefore, data transfers between mainframe and open systems processors can potentially take one of three forms:
Heat transfers are also claimed to reduce the chance of errors and lengthy start-up adjustments.
In the course of the transfer, fresh layers of the material are continually being led along the walls of both grooves, which for rubber as a very bad heat-conductor is a precondition for real heat-transfer with the metal surfaces.