Is this what we want to bequeath
to our children, a nation caught in the grips of fantasy.
If a person is generous enough to bequeath
a facility to a community, surely that should remain for the community.
Women appear in this analysis as having wider non-family and non-kin social networks than men, as constituting more than 40 percent of executors, as more inclined than men to bequeath
equally to sons and daughters and to nurture ties to natal kin as a counterweight to their husbands.
501(c)(3) as the designated beneficiaries of deferred compensation items and planned to bequeath
the stock options to the same charities.
Our mutual hope is to bequeath
a phrase or an image to the dreamers so that we may live on in their reverie.
A spokesman said: "They may not feel obliged to bequeath
money to loved ones, but they certainly won't want to leave it to the taxman.
Yet the origin of the verb bequeath
is Old English, the idea is deeprooted.
121 on a future sale of a residence, the testator should either bequeath
the residence outright to the beneficiary or bequeath
it to a trust that provides the beneficiary with any of the powers provided in Sec.
With Berger getting on in years and reluctant to bequeath
the dinged-up piece of Hollywood lore to his family, he sold it to Bliss for ``a lot'' of money.