To hand over

Related to To hand over: on the other hand, Old Hands
to yield control of; to surrender; to deliver up.

See also: Hand

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On the west side of Yas Island, Abu Dhabi's most exciting destination, Aldar is preparing to hand over the Andalusian-style apartment development Ansam to customers during December.
Aldar Properties on Tuesday said it is preparing to hand over the Andalusian-style apartment development Ansam to customers during December.
Northumbria Healthcare is working closely with the North East Ambulance Service on a number of measures to improve the time it takes for paramedics to hand over patients, and says recent work within the emergency department to improve the flow of patients is starting to have a noticeable impact.
NEARLY 800 ambulances took longer than an hour to hand over their patients to A&E - as Merseyside hospitals experienced their worst month in three years.
1%) ambulances at Southport Hospital waited for more than an hour to hand over their patients that month.
Ambulances waited 60 minutes or more to hand over patients at hospitals last winter MATT CARDY
South Sudan's president, Salva Kiir Mayardit, has said that the SPLA and police will fight those who refuse to hand over their weapons when the disarmament campaign begins on 1 March.
Other concerns surrounded the time spent by many ambulances waiting at hospital emergency departments to hand over patients, particularly in south east Wales.
The demonstration will show an active host CPU leveraging the standard plug-and-play architecture of the Windows Driver Model to hand over management of the system's intelligent I/O boards to an already operational standby host CPU.
Handling up to 500 users and covering an area of four million square meters, the equivalent of 42 floors in a high-rise building, the system uses base stations placed on interior walls to hand over the calls as the pocket phones are carried throughout the building, so conversations continue without interruption.