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elapse

(i-laps′) [L. elapsus, slipped by]
Of time, to pass.
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Further, to properly document the establishment of a FLP and the transfers of interests, same time should elapse between the contribution to the partnership and the girl of the limited interests--at least until the contribution is recorded on the partnership's books and the contributing partner's capital account has been properly credited.
Too few cases are investigated, more than a year might elapse before high-priority cases are assigned to investigators, and some fraud investigations have been called off because files were missing, the grand jury said.
We should make an enormous effort to create, weave and prepare space, not only to withhold time, but to make it perceptible and feel it as it elapses.