Examples of conveyance in a Sentence
the covered wagon was the major conveyance that transported settlers and their belongings across the frontier
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The car, which had originally liberated rural folks from a social life confined to front porches and front parlors, became more than just a conveyance.
Both conveyances were destined for the Saint Patrick's Day parade in downtown Cleveland the next day.
Jackson, Campbell and Rankin have been charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, armed burglary with assault and battery, armed robbery, grand theft auto, conveyance burglary, and 13 counts of grand theft of a firearm.
The Planning Commission will consider the street closures and conveyance of part of the plaza to the state, rendering a recommendation for City Council action possibly in June, officials said.
The curtain of the transport cart was opened to allow air movement; the agent saw the dog had chewed through the metal door of the kennel and was outside of the kennel but in the transport conveyance.
Other proposals would raise the hotel occupancy tax to 17 percent from 15 percent, set a 7 percent tax on restaurant sales, boosting real estate conveyance taxes and add a $3 fee on new tire sales.
Pavel Martinez-Martinez, 40, quickly posted $45,000 bond on Thursday after his arrest the day before on charges of possession of counterfeit credit cards, unlawful conveyance of fuel, and tampering with physical evidence.
That base is then blended with water or stock to create a velvety sauce, perfect for draping over meat, enchiladas, or some other conveyance.
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CONVEYANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conveyance for English Language Learners
: the act of taking or carrying someone or something from one place to another
: something that carries people or things from one place to another
: the act of making something known to someone
CONVEYANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of conveyance for Students
- the conveyance of goods
legal Definition of conveyance
- a conveyance of land
- lack of delivery of a conveyance
- —J. D. Calamari and J. M. Perillo
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