transferred possession


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n transferred possession a possession whose ownership changes or lapses
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In literature:

Then, discovering the doll in his belt she transferred it to her own possession, kissing it as she had kissed Korak.
"The Son of Tarzan" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
His books had been transferred hither, and many of his other possessions.
"Our Friend the Charlatan" by George Gissing
Their raw emotions would undergo a change if Kells's possession of her were transferred to them.
"The Border Legion" by Zane Grey
After several transfers of title, Weyanoke came into the possession of Joseph Harwood in 1665.
"Virginia: The Old Dominion" by Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
To transfer the jewels to her possession I had drawn my chair up to hers, and we were close together, face to face.
"The Ghost" by Arnold Bennett
Thus, as we have already seen, there may be a special particle applying to blood-relations as non-transferable possessions.
"Anthropology" by Robert Marett
The island of Helgoland had been a British possession from 1807 till 1890, when it was transferred to Germany by treaty.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of 12)"
The transfer of all possessions to the English was promptly made.
"Pathfinders of the West" by A. C. Laut
To this circumstance must likewise be imputed his anxiety to transfer to some other the possession of the unhappy stranger.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
After several transfers it came into the possession of Cardinal Mazarin, from whose heirs it was acquired for Louis XIV.
"Correggio" by Estelle M. Hurll

In news:

Was arrested on three counts of receiving or transferring a stolen motor vehicle and for possession of burglary tools.

In science:

Since the spectrum of the transfer operator varies continuously with the random diffeomorphism at f , the transfer operator corresponding to each nearby random diffeomorphism possesses a single eigenvalue 1.
Bifurcations of stationary measures of random diffeomorphisms
By Remark 2.7, the transfer operator for any f ∈ R∞(M) sufficiently close to ¯f possesses a m-dimensional invariant linear space Ff that is the continuation of F ¯f .
Bifurcations of stationary measures of random diffeomorphisms
The transfer operator La on C k 0 (W ) possesses a single eigenvalue at 1.
Bifurcations of stationary measures of random diffeomorphisms
First, the VSR protocol has to guard against playback attacks in which the attacker possesses the data being transferred; while a prover in possession of the stored file can de finitely produce a valid pr oof in the proof of retrievability scheme.
Efficient Defence against Misbehaving TCP Receiver DoS Attacks
We present a generic transfer matrix approach for the description of the interaction of atoms possessing multiple ground state and excited state sublevels with light fields.
Scattering theory of multilevel atoms interacting with arbitrary radiation fields