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    1. The mind of India can be defined as that conveyed by the most significant aspects of Indian Philosophy through scriptures and discourses

    2. She sat now at her desk and conveyed her desires to the mainframe

    3. That ancient bottle now conveyed by the

    4. equivalent – the number of meanings that could be conveyed by a

    5. language, which conveyed to anyone who cared to read it that the

    6. Spelman's conversation with Harry on the outbound journey to France conveyed from Harry solely in the letter to her

    7. Jameson listened attentively and had to agree that his writings did not have the flourish and general elegance Titania and Hipolyta's compositions conveyed

    8. Their gloomy presence conveyed the same

    9. conveyed by word of mouth, not only horizontally, but

    10. This was regarded, in those times, as so important an object, that it was always considered as belonging to the sovereign, and neither to the finder nor to the proprietor of the land, unless the right to it had been conveyed to the latter by an express clause in his charter

    1. It is my belief from personal relationships with the people involved that we are conveying this crate to the most likely rightful owner

    2. ’ Berndt said, his expression conveying much

    3. The capital of the country would be the same, though a greater number of pieces might be requisite for conveying any equal portion of it from one hand to another

    4. ” Helda hesitated slightly before conveying the bad news

    5. If the serpent in the desert is in any way conveying a message about events that were to occur in the future, looking at this logically, we have in the desert people who dying because of their involvement with sin (being bitten by the serpents)

    6. It took me a while to put this sentence together so that it would both make sense when reading the sentence itself, as well as providing the appropriate letters in the desired positions for conveying the hidden message

    7. Remember?’ The honesty conveying through her eyes

    8. That an individual may suddenly ―feel‖ the unexpected ―loss‖ of a close friend or loved one who is still living; conveying an

    9. They had a range good enough to talk to the ship from here, and they seemed pretty competent at conveying inflections and little nuances of expression

    10. “I didn’t know you spoke Russian,” said Colling, the tone of his voice conveying his annoyance, both at her concealing her linguistic ability and her flirting with the two soldiers

    1. ’ Jeremy said warmly, managing to convey that he not only knows about the trials of the last few days but also that he is pleased they have concluded positively

    2. We stare at each other in the moonlight as I try to work out how I am to convey that I don’t want to ‘say the word’ as he put it

    3. ‘He says he will get a wagon to convey us down to the docks

    4. ROBERT: After a considerable amount of kissing, touching and groping, you changed into this garment to convey to a man he should leave?

    5. It was too soft to identify but loud enough to convey a mood

    6. Blue is also associated with loyalty and will convey a message to people that you

    7. your date that they are worth it but might also convey the feeling that there is another date in the future

    8. "The state changes are more like impulses, that's what I am trying to convey with this

    9. Words could never convey the utter despair and horror that

    10. hoped would convey the message that he was a complete

    1. In usage it conveys the idea of looking upon with a view to inspection or control

    2. * This example is simplistic but conveys the idea that if a

    3. mother-country, its real price, the real command of the necessaries and conveniencies of life which it conveys to the labourer, must be higher in a still greater proportion

    4. When we talk of any particular sum of money, we sometimes mean nothing but the metal pieces of which it is composed, and sometimes we include in our meaning some obscure reference to the goods which can be had in exchange for it, or to the power of purchasing which the possession of it conveys

    5. Even in the monied interest, however, the money is, as it were, but the deed of assignment, which conveys from one hand to another those capitals which the owners do not care to employ themselves

    6. PR presents an image of you & your biz in a way that conveys exactly 365 what you want to say w/out being too obvious

    7. Used as a greeting or farewell, it conveys the meaning,

    8. In addition to this, if we know that the Bible is a document that was constructed by someone who is not bound by the same limitations that we as humans are bound by, what should we make of the information that it conveys? Can we trust it? Should we stop and listen to what it is saying? How should we treat the information when we have provable evidence that it was put together by someone, who is not only outside of our time and dimensional space, but who claims to be responsible for creating the environment in which we live? We will firstly set out to identify aspects in the Bible, relating to the presence of design and also consider aspects of design at different levels

    9. This relates to the physical text and the message it conveys

    10. This sentence reads forwards and backwards and conveys exactly the same message

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    Synonyms for "convey"

    convey carry express bring fetch get take channel conduct impart transmit communicate divulge relate pass on reveal disclose bear move send pass guide

    "convey" definitions

    (of information) make known; pass on

    serve as a means for expressing something

    transfer to another

    transmit a title or property

    transmit or serve as the medium for transmission

    take something or somebody with oneself somewhere

    go or come after and bring or take back