deliver (someone or something) to (someone or something)

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deliver (someone or something) to (someone or something)

To transfer or give someone or something to someone or something else. In his will, my grandfather delivered the deed of his house to me, so I guess I'm a homeowner now.
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deliver someone or something to someone or something

to transfer someone or something to someone or something; to yield over someone or something to someone or something. When will you deliver the deed to me? I will deliver the deed to you when I have your check.
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Now when this message was delivered to the Queen it filled her with dismay, for Mombi was her chief counsellor, and Jinjur was terribly afraid of the old hag.
Dunster persisted, "you do not wish this letter delivered to that little conference in The Hague, which you must be aware is now sitting practically to determine the fate of your nation?"
It was in the month of February that I was, with seven other convicts, as they called us, delivered to a merchant that traded to Virginia, on board a ship, riding, as they called it, in Deptford Reach.
He very honestly had my letter delivered to my governess's own hands, and brought me back an answer from her in writing; and when he gave me the answer, gave me the shilling again.
The time now approaching in which we were to be delivered to the Turks, we had none but God to apply to for relief: all the measures we could think of were equally dangerous.
That, immediately, on a signal, the prisoner was removed to the interior of the prison again; but, that he, the Doctor, had then so strongly pleaded for permission to remain and assure himself that his son-in-law was, through no malice or mischance, delivered to the concourse whose murderous yells outside the gate had often drowned the proceedings, that he had obtained the permission, and had remained in that Hall of Blood until the danger was over.
2,500 Ton - CM 13 (Blast Furnace Slag), 232.4 Ton - HFE-150; furnish and apply, 2,500 ton - truck spread, 2,500 ton - roller, 3,000 ton - rock salt; furnished and delivered to storage facility, 120~ - CMP culverts 10", 20~ lengths; furnished and delivered, 3 Ea - regular bands 10" (extra wide 12"); furnished and delivered, 1000~ - CMP culverts 12", 20~ lengths; furnished and delivered, 30 Ea - regular bands 12" (extra wide 12"); furnished and delivered, 100~ - CMP culverts 18"; furnished and delivered, 3 Ea - regular bands 18" (extra wide); furnished and delivered, 60~ - CMP culverts 24"; furnished and delivered, 2 Ea - regular bands 24" (extra wide); furnished and delivered, 60~ - CMP culverts 15"; furnished and delivered, 2 Ea - regular bands 15" (extra wide); furnished and delivered.
At All Delivered, businesses can have a variety of comprehensive print materials delivered to homes or businesses including door hangers, flyers, magazines, sample products, newsletters, bulletins, directories, newspapers and brochures.
The tax due is to be calculated as if the apportioned amount of the digital good, computer software or service had been delivered to each jurisdiction to which the sale is apportioned.
Over this same period around 700 aircraft have been refurbished, customized and delivered to lessees or purchasers.
But the questions are how and where is the value truly being delivered to the organization?
Will you have the capability to properly measure levels of care actually delivered to each resident in order to recover your increasing AIL costs?
The customer achieved the outcomes needed when this mission critical asset was delivered to the Theater Commanders.
With your help, she goes through her records and soon discovers an employee occasionally has recorded goods that were paid for as delivered to her when, in fact, they were sent to her competitor.
Lightning, the system Linux Networx built and delivered to Los Alamos National Laboratory, ranks as the sixth fastest supercomputer in the world capable of performing 8.05 trillion operations per second (teraflops).