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bestow on (someone)

To gift, grant, or award something to someone. The gift can be named between "bestow" and "on." I can't believe that much responsibility has been bestowed on me—I'm just an intern! Before my grandmother died, she bestowed this vintage coffee table on me.
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bestow something on someone

to give something to someone; to present something to someone. The mere presence of the queen bestowed wisdom and grace on the court. Fine gifts were bestowed on the visiting prince.
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So, any development process to be carried out on land that was bestowed to the party must be done in the best possible way for the benefit of the surrounding community,' said Hasni.
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Mr Yusuffali is the recipient of the prestigious Padma Shri award bestowed by the Indian government.
Jack Dempsey, president of the Michigan Historical Commission, said the honor was bestowed unanimously for Ford's "indefatigable volunteer service and extraordinary financial support to preserving Michigan and American history." As the largest donor in the history of the institution, Ford's generosity helped restore Greenfield Village and create new visitor experiences in Henry Ford Museum.
Despite his fame, French commentators have questioned why the award - the highest cultural distinction bestowed by the president - is going to someone who has so few connections with the country.
Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov, had bestowed one day earlier 28 servicemen with a cash award in the amount of BGN 500 each for participation in the Biser rescue effort, Angelov, himself, had informed his colleagues.
After a moment an acknowledgment must be, is, made, even and especially if no vase has been bestowed, but only unconcealed someplace off in the distance, afar, where we would not expect to find it.
THAT'S THE NEW name bestowed on Prime Minister Stephen Harper by the Blood Tribe of Alberta Harper became an honorary member of the Kainai chieftanship July 11.
The organization bestowed the Edward Riguardi Commercial Management Executive of the Year Award last month.
But that was always too simple for physio/manager Les Parry who has since bestowed upon Bakayogo the name "Backof theEcho."
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa on Tuesday bestowed for the first time the title of His Royal Highness Prince on his son Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa and his two uncles Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman al-Khalifa and Shaikh Mohammed bin Salman al-Khalifa.
The ancient title was bestowed upon those from a range of careers including solicitors, clerks, carpenters and hairdressers by the Lord Mayor.
This book is bestowed from on high by God, the Almighty, the Wise.
The honor is bestowed upon agents for excellence in business and quality service in meeting the needs of their customers.