Definition of Retransferring
1. retransfer [v] - See also: retransfer
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Literary usage of Retransferring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Probate Law and Practice: With Annotations and Forms for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church, Curtis Hillyer (1920)
"Order retransferring proceeding. [Title of court.] [Title of proceeding.] j [Tme of ^ (No. .1 Dept. No. . It appearing from the petition of ,2 herein filed, ..."
2. New Probate Law and Practice: With Annotations and Forms for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church, Curtis Hillyer (1920)
"Order retransferring proceeding. § 342. When proceedings must be returned to original court § 336. When judge not to act. No will shall be admitted to ..."
3. The Statutes: Revised Edition by Great Britain (1872)
"... any other person or persons in shall be null trust for them or any of them, for the retransferring, redeeming, revoking or v ' defeating such transfer, ..."
4. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1898)
"... transmitting this to a distance at high potential and retransferring it to a low potential and through rotary transformers to direct current. ..."
5. The Analyst (1879)
"After retransferring to No. 2 the process of reduction is to be continued, until the iron is almost wholly consumed, when hydrogen alone is to be used as ..."
6. Report of the Committee on Inquiry Into the Departments of Health, Charities by New York (N.Y.). Board of estimate and apportionment. Committee on inquiry into the Departments of health, charities, and Bellevue and allied hospitals, George McAneny, Henry Collier Wright (1913)
"ferring patients to Bellevue and then retransferring them to institutions on Blackwell's Island should be modified in several respects. ..."