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will something to someone

to give something to someone in a will. My uncle willed this chair to me. It's an antique. This watch was willed to me by my grandfather.
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will to

v.
To grant something to someone in a legal will: My grandfather willed all of his land to me.
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These numbers highlight the increasing importance residents and people investing in Dubai place on having a will to plan succession as they see fit.
This would oblige all solicitors who draw up a will to lodge its contents - in confidence - within 21 days with a State Office with statutory powers.
225) The Court held the will to be a mutual will simply on the basis of its terms (which conferred only a life interest to the surviving testator).
A reciprocal declaration is likely to restrict the contents of a will to the issues that seem necessary for an arrangement between the persons involved, i.
In ``Bud Collins' Modern Encyclopedia of Tennis,'' Jacobs is described as having been ``stout of heart as any champion,'' with an ``iron will to win.
One patient with Alzheimer's disease used a living will to tell her New York City nursing home that she did not want any artificial nutrition or hydration while she died.