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deliveryde*liv"er*y, n.; pl. deliveries (&?;). 1. the act of delivering from restraint; rescue; release; liberation; as, the delivery of a captive from his dungeon. 2. the act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of the body or substance of a thing; distribution; as, the delivery of a fort, of hostages, of a criminal, of goods, of letters. 3. the act or style of utterance; manner of speaking; as, a good delivery; a clear delivery. 4. the act of giving birth; parturition; the expulsion or extraction of a fetus and its membranes. 5. the act of exerting one's strength or limbs. neater limbs and freer delivery. h. wotton. 6. the act or manner of delivering a ball; as, the pitcher has a swift delivery.delivery n 1. the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail); "his reluctant delivery of bad news" [syn: bringing] 2. the event of giving birth; "she had a difficult delivery" 3. your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally; "his manner of speaking was quite abrupt"; "her speech was barren of southernisms"; "i detected a slight accent in his speech" [syn: manner of speaking, speech] 4. the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another [syn: livery, legal transfer] 5. the act of delivering a child [syn: obstetrical delivery] 6. (baseball) the throwing of a baseball by a pitcher to a batter [syn: pitch] 7. recovery or preservation from loss or danger; "work is the deliverance of mankind": "a surgeon's job is the saving of lives" [syn: rescue, deliverance, saving]   similar words(8) 

 symbolical delivery  major delivery  commission of general gaol delivery  obstetrical delivery  jail delivery commission  jail delivery  gaol delivery  cash on delivery 

(n.)

The act or style of utterance; manner of speaking; as, a good delivery; a clear delivery.  

(n.)

The act or manner of delivering a ball; as, the pitcher has a swift delivery.  

(n.)

The act of giving birth; parturition; the expulsion or extraction of a fetus and its membranes.  

(n.)

The act of exerting one's strength or limbs.  

(n.)

The act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of the body or substance of a thing; distribution; as, the delivery of a fort, of hostages, of a criminal, of goods, of letters.  

(n.)

The act of delivering from restraint; rescue; release; liberation; as, the delivery of a captive from his dungeon.  

Noun1. the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail); "his reluctant delivery of bad news" (synonym) bringing (hypernym) transportation, transfer, transferral, conveyance (hyponym) airdrop (derivation) deliver2. the event of giving birth; "she had a difficult delivery" (hypernym) birth, nativity, nascency, nascence3. your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally; "his manner of speaking was quite abrupt"; "her speech was barren of southernisms"; "I detected a slight accent in his speech" (synonym) manner of speaking, speech (hypernym) expressive style, style (hyponym) address (part-holonym) paralanguage, paralinguistic communication (derivation) deliver, present4. the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another (synonym) livery, legal transfer (hypernym) conveyance, conveyance of title, conveyancing, conveying (hyponym) surrender (derivation) hand over, fork over, fork out, fork up, turn in, get in, deliver, render5. (baseball) the throwing of a baseball by a pitcher to a batter (synonym) pitch (hypernym) throw (hyponym) balk (classification) baseball, baseball game, ball6. recovery or preservation from loss or danger; "work is the deliverance of mankind"; "a surgeon's job is the saving of lives" (synonym) rescue, deliverance, saving (hypernym) recovery, retrieval (hyponym) lifesaving (derivation) rescue, deliver7. the act of delivering a child (synonym) obstetrical delivery (hypernym) deed, feat, effort, exploit (hyponym) breech delivery, breech birth, breech presentation (part-holonym) childbirth, childbearing, accouchement, vaginal birth (derivation) give birth, deliver, bear, birth, have

Cynesgor = n. first delivery

Traddod = n. a delivery over

the final, unconditional and absolute transfer of a DEED to the grantee so that the grantor may not revoke it. A Deed, signed but held by the Grantor, does not pass title.

the transportation of a physical commodity (actuals or cash) to a specified destination in fulfillment of a futures contract.

The tender and receipt of an actual commodity or financial instrument in settlement of a futures contract.

final transfer of a security, another financial instrument or a commodity.

the act of transferring physical possession

preparation + release + Follow-through

n. HIjwI'

tefuk (anc.)

Delivery may refer to:Childbirth, the act of delivering a childDelivery of goods in commerce, e.g. pizza delivery, the delivery of pizza to a customer's home.Bowling a single ball in the sport of cricketDelivery (band), a british rock band related to the Canterbury SceneDelivery (song), a single by Babyshambles

(Irrigation) the release of water from turnouts to water users.

the transferring of a deed from the grantor to the grantee in such a manner as to deprive him of the right to recall it, or the delivery may be made and accepted by an attorney. this is indispensably necessary to the validity of a deed except for the deed of a corporation, which must be executed under their common seal. but although, as a general rule the delivery of a deed is essential to its perfection, it is never averred in pleading.As to the form, the delivery may be by words without acts; such as if the deed be lying upon a table, and the grantor says to the grantee, 'take that as my deed'; or it may be by acts without words, and therefore a dumb man may deliver a deed.A delivery may be either absolute, as when it is delivered to the grantor himself; or it may be conditional, such as to a third person to keep until some condition shall have been performed by the grantee, and then it is called an escrow.Contracts. the transmitting the possession of a thing from one person into the power and possession of another.Originally, delivery was a clear and unequivocal act of giving possession, accomplished by placing the subject to be transferred in the hands of the buyer or his avowed agent, or in their respective warehouses, vessels, carts, and the like. this delivery was properly considered as the true badge of transferred property; as importing full evidence of consent to transfer; preventing the appearance of possession in the transferrer from continuing the credit of property unduly; and avoiding uncertainty and risk in the title of the acquirer.However, the complicated transactions of modern trade render strict adherence to this simple rule impossible. It often happens that the purchaser of a commodity cannot take immediate possession and receive the delivery. the bulk of the goods; their peculiar situation, as when they are deposited in public custody for duties, or in the hands of a manufacturer for the purpose of having some operation performed upon them; the frequency of bargains concluded by correspondence between distant countries and many other obstructions, frequently render it impracticable to give or receive actual delivery. In such cases, something short of actual delivery has been considered sufficient to transfer the property.In sales, gifts, and other contracts, where the party intends to transfer the property, the delivery must be made with the intent to enable the receiver to obtain dominion over it. the delivery may be actual, by putting the thing sold in the hands or possession of the purchaser; or it may be symbolical, as where a man buys goods which are in a room, the receipt of the keys will be sufficient.There is sometimes considerable difficulty in ascertaining the particular period when the property in the goods sold passes from the vendor to the vendee; and what facts amount to an actual delivery of the goods. certain rules have been established, and the difficulty is to apply the facts of the case.Where goods are sold, if nothing remains to be done on the part of the seller as between him and the buyer before the article is to be delivered, the property has passed.Where a chattel is made to order, the property therein is not vested in the quasi vendee until finished and delivered, though he has paid for it.The criterion to determine whether there has been a delivery on a sale is to consider whether the vendor still retains, in that character, a right over the property.Where a part of the goods sold by an entire contract has been taken possession of by the vendee, that shall be deemed a taking possession of the whole. such partial delivery is not a delivery of the whole so as to vest in the vendee the entire property in the whole, where some act, other than the payment of the price, is necessary to be performed in order to vest the property.Where goods are sent by order to a carrier the carrier receives them as the vendee's agent.A delivery may be made in a very slight manner; as where one buys goods which are in a room, the receipt of the key is sufficient.The vendor of bulky articles is not bound to deliver them, unless he stipulated to do so; he must give notice to the buyer that he is ready to deliver them.A sale of bricks in a brick-yard, accompanied with a lease of the yard until the bricks should be sold and removed, was held to be valid against the creditors of the vendor, without an actual removal.Where goods were contracted to be sold upon condition that the vendee should give security for the price, and they are delivered without security being given, but with the declaration on the part of the vendor that the transaction should not be deemed a sale until the security should be furnished; it was held that the goods remained the property of the vendor, notwithstanding the delivery. but it seems that in such cases the goods would be liable for the debts of the vendee's creditors, originating after the delivery; and that the vendee may, for a bona fide consideration, sell the goods while in his possession.Where goods are sold to be paid for on delivery, if on delivery, the vendee refuses to pay for them, the property is not divested from the vendor.If the vendor rely on the promises of the vendee to perform the conditions of the sale and deliver the goods accordingly, the right of property is changed; but where performance and delivery are understood to be simultaneous, possession obtained by artifice, will not vest a title in the vendee.Where, on the sale of a chattel, the purchase money is paid, the property is vested in the vendee, and if he permit it to remain in the custody of the vendor he cannot call upon the latter for any subsequent loss or deterioration not arising from negligence.Med. Jur. Child-birth. the act of a woman giving birth to her off-spring.It is frequently of great importance to ascertain whether or not a delivery has taken place, and the time when it took place. delivery may be considered with regard, 1. To pretended delivery. 2. To concealed delivery.In pretended delivery, the female declares herself to be a mother, without being so in reality; an act always prompted by folly or fraud.Pretended delivery may present itself in three points of view: 1. when the female who feigns has never been pregnant. when thoroughly investigated, this may always be detected. there are signs which must be present, and cannot be feigned. An enlargement of the orifice of the uterus, and a tumefaction of the organs of generation, should always be present, and if absent, are conclusive against the fact. 2. when the pretended pregnancy and delivery have been preceded by one or more deliveries. In this case, attention should be given to the following circumstances: the mystery, if any, which has been affected with regard to the situation of the female; her age; that of her hushand and particularly whether aged or decrepid. 3. when the woman has been actually delivered, and substitutes a living for a dead child. but little evidence can be obtained on this subject from a physical examination.Concealed delivery generally takes place when the woman either has destroyed her offspring, or it was born dead. In suspected cases, the following circumstances should be attended to: 1. the proofs of pregnancy which arise in consequence of the examination of the mother. when she has been pregnant, and has been delivered, the usual signs of delivery, mentioned below, will be present. A careful investigation as to the woman's appearance, before and since the delivery, will have some weight, though such evidence is not always to be relied upon, as such appearances are not unfrequently deceptive. 2. the proofs of recent delivery. 3. the connexion between the supposed state of parturition, and the state of the child that is found; for if the age of the child does not correspond to that time, it will be a strong circumstance in favor of the mother's innocence. whether the child was living at its birth, belongs to the subject of infanticide.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Word analysis of delivery

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