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invest

 [in-vest´]
1. to envelop in or cover another tissue or part (as fascia).
2. to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material.

invest (invest´),

v to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material; e.g., a gypsum product.
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On the day of the investiture, Mr Williams remembered: "The Chief Constable said a diesel train will come here and all the royal family will come out to be taken to the Faenol Estate for cof-cof fee and to stretch their legs.
And his tips seemed to have done the trick as William appeared to be an old pro at his first investiture on behalf of the Queen last week, which included giving Wimbledon tennis champion Andy Murray, 26, an OBE.
Charles held the trial run for William during a family holiday at Birkhall in Scotland last month, ahead of William's first investiture ceremony last week at Buckingham Palace.
Birama Boubacar Sidibe, Vice President (Operations) represented the IDB on the occasion of the investiture ceremony and congratulated the newly elected President on behalf of the IDB Group Chairman.
It's natural at occasions such as Thursday's investiture to mourn a devolution of college presidencies.
I argue that they used the diplomatic ritual of investiture in a strategic manner to manage expectations of each side by signaling their commitment to the status quo asymmetric relationship.
The ceremony also included Her Majesty Queen Beatrix's signing of the act confirming her abdication and the investiture of His Majesty.
FWA founders Julian Cayo-Evans and Dennis Coslett wanted to exploit the attention that would be on Caernarfon during the investiture.
and said a speech will be delivered by the star at the investiture ceremony.
A GROUP of Welsh activists organised a march on Saturday to remember two men killed by their own bomb on the eve of Prince Charles' investiture as Prince of Wales in 1969.
Biddy, who is currently campaigning against Kirklees Council's plan to reduce library services, attended the investiture with her husband John Tarrant, former vice-chancellor of Huddersfield University, and her two Godchildren, Becks and Ross Morley.
They are 1) the acknowledgement-of-receipt clause, 2) the investiture clause, and 3) the warranty clause.