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  • A private benefactor endowed the new Chair of Japanese Literature.
  • The watchdog plans to issue formal regulatory guidance setting out how companies should handle endowment complaints and assess where compensation is due.
  • A few talented writers en dowed with originality and exceptional animation, a few brilliant efforts, isolated, without following, interrupted and recommenced, did not suffice to endow a nation with a solid and imposing basis of literary wealth. Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian
  • The state of Michigan has endowed three institutes to do research for industry.
  • By appealing to these absolutes, the president has attempted to endow his cause with a kind of ultimacy, in which ‘those who are not for us are against us.’
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  • It has cut the final bonuses on its with-profits endowments and pension plans for the second time this year.
  • In "Sunset Park," Auster is more interested in the neighborhood's vast semi-industrial stretches peppered with nondescript houses, all the better to endow the proceedings with an enforced sense of dreariness. Paul Auster Paints a Dreary Picture In 'Sunset Park'
  • The cross is endowed with a special meaning for Christians.
  • Suppose we admit that Bernadette was not the shy, simple child we knew her to be; let us endow her with a spirit of intrigue and domination, transform her into a conqueress, a leader of nations, and try to picture what, in that case, would have happened. The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes, Complete
  • In order to improve product craft, pandora denounce is gigantic endowment from Italy introduced the first set of gold in Asia electroforming machine equipment, the advanced production cheap pandora equipment, the pandora gold beads electroforming furnishing articles products on the market now, can solve the defect that furnishing articles hardness, surface hardness than traditional products increased more than three times. VInvesting.com
  • By comparison, an Equitable Life 10-year endowment policy, with monthly premiums of £30, would have produced about £8,399.
  • endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights
  • Anti-clerical knights of the shire who wished to disendow the Church, riotous tenants of an unpopular abbey, parishioners who refused to pay their tithes, would often be called The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • With the remaining resources, institutions are to improve their academic programs and grow the institutional endowment.
  • The difference between endowment mortgages and pension mortgages is that, rather than taking out an endowment policy, you take out a pension plan.
  • As molecular _vis viva_ the waves disappear, but in so doing they re-endow the atoms of oxygen and hydrogen with tension. Fragments of science, V. 1-2
  • Some lucky people are endowed with both brains and beauty.
  • In the fourteenth century this custom greatly increased, and small additional side aisles and transepts were often annexed to churches and called mortuary chapels; these were used indeed as chantries, but they were more independent in their constitution, and in general more ample in their endowments. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Carlisle A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Episcopal See
  • Large incomes were required before titles were awarded, but fiefs and landgrants were carved out of conquered territories in order to endow the new titles.
  • Further, had he won, he intended to use the 200 000 leva prize money to endow a church and scholarships for gifted children.
  • Schanzer's language bias is clearly demonstrated when he says that the "United Nations General Assembly partition plan ... endowed the Palestinian Arabs with a state that included an expanded Gaza strip, the West Bank, and much of the northern territory. [emphasis added]" How considerate for sure, to be "endowed" with only portions of your own homeland, while a minority of the population, immigrants at that, is given a majority of the land. Book Review - Hamas vs. Fatah
  • Edward did not grant her a generous landed endowment, and there are indications that she suffered some financial problems.
  • Pathfinder_ and T.oreau; the scent of the soil, once again, in rain and in shine, is it not conveyed to us with an astonishing distinctness, that is the product of a literary endowment of the rarest order, by such writers as Izaak Walton and Robert Burns, and among recent writers in varying degrees by Richard Jefferies and by Barnes, by T. E. Isopel Berners The History of certain doings in a Staffordshire Dingle, July, 1825
  • De" was endowed with the meaning "moral" at the beginning of Chou Dynasty because of the development of "stare" and was thought as an inner quality that may belong to everybody.
  • The Oxford and Cambridge colleges have numerous endowments.
  • It is hard to argue that the average rat has been endowed with conspicuous display ornaments by the preferences of ancestral females.
  • He also increased the foundation's endowment nearly threefold, to roughly $6 billion.
  • Millions are facing shortfalls on their endowments, an investment product sold heavily in the 1980s.
  • All men -- man and woman -- are created equal, -- equal in _attributes of body and mind_; (for _that_ is the only sense in which they could be _created_ equal;) _therefore_ they are endowed with right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, unalienable, except in their consent; _consequently_ such consent is essential to all rightful government; and, _finally_ and _irresistibly_, the people have supreme right to alter or abolish it, &c. Slavery Ordained of God
  • Vast estates that had been managed by monasteries as endowments for religion and charity were impropriated to swell the wealth of courtiers and favorites; and the commons, where the poor man once had his right of pasture, were taken away, and, under forms of law, enclosed distributively within the domains of the adjacent landholders. Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday A Comprehensive View of Lincoln as Given in the Most Noteworthy Essays, Orations and Poems, in Fiction and in Lincoln's Own Writings
  • TODD (voice-over): At the core of what Republicans say is wrong with the president's bill -- what they call wasteful spending, like $50 million for the National Endowment for the Arts or $335 million for education programs to prevent HIV/AIDS or sexually transmitted diseases. CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2009
  • The province is also endowed with other non-traditional minerals including nickel, feldspar, emerald, limestone, granite, amethyst, sodalite and syenite.
  • RH Tawney.had the measure of this kind of bobbins about 80 years ago: "While natural endowments differ profoundly, it is the mark of a civilised society to aim at eliminating such inequalities as have their source, not in individual differences, but in its own organisation. The Guardian World News
  • You seem to have erred in characterizing as solipsistic those solons who dangled a participle in drafting the law controlling the National Endowment for the Arts. No Uncertain Terms
  • We are not told that they are Scotch, endowed though they undoubtedly are with some of the canny and thrifty characteristics of the dwellers ayont the Tweed. Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, September, 1878
  • If you receive a red letter, there is a high risk of you being unable to repay your mortgage at the end of the endowment's term.
  • Maynooth which was also disendowed; but a sum of about £370,000 The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • They are endowed rather with the magic arts than with the power of the divine name. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715
  • Pension funds and endowment policies have been hit by bonus cuts and withdrawal penalties.
  • During the endowment, the person is ritually washed, anointed with oil, and dressed in temple garments.
  • But it makes the whole idea of the endowment more real to attach a name to the donor.
  • We donate to the school endowment fund every year.
  • Nature has endowed her with great musical ability.
  • The Gates Foundation has a $29 billion endowment.
  • Refounded in 1602 on the site of the earlier university library, it has since 1604 borne by royal decree the name of the remarkable man whose endowment remains the greatest benefaction ever received by the University of Oxford.
  • The proceeds from the sale of land scrip would then be invested in a fund ‘to pay the endowment, support, and maintenance of at least one college’ in each state.
  • They strive for a final evaluation of life in terms of that eternity which is always present to them; they strive for a recognition of man's true place in nature, defined by the fact that he was endowed with the gift of reason; and they strive for a determination of the balance, so far attained, within themselves and their own lives, between man's beasthood and man's godhead. Nationhood Within the Empire
  • The argument for the latter advice being that an endowment policy pays out a lump sum on maturity.
  • Her ex may have been well endowed but it was you she chose to be with. The Sun
  • The name endowed to us, succinctly says all about us. Archive 2007-08-01
  • The Pake Prize was endowed in 1983 in recognition of the achievements of George Pake, a research physicist and director of industrial research.
  • Something curious to the unaccustomed eye, these curling, clutching, digitated members raised above their usual range and common avocations, suddenly endowed with speech, and holding forth there in the silent upper air for the whole human economy. The Convert
  • She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
  • The Czechs are over-endowed with great composers, but the symphony that stirs them most comes from a minor master.
  • 'catenary,' a line very simple in shape, but endowed with an algebraic symbol that has to resort to a kind of cabalistic number at variance with any sort of numeration, so much so that the unit refuses to express it, however much we subdivide the unit. The Life of the Spider
  • In Rachel the pride of the human mind is depicted; because they whom God has endowed with his benefits, for the most part are so elated, that they rage contumeliously against their neighbors. Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2
  • Surely it is unwise to surrender any endowment policy? Times, Sunday Times
  • I hope we remain a nation that believes that all people are endowed by their Creator with the unalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
  • Most were young, hardy, physically fit, courageous, fearless, bold, endowed with fortitude and endurance, and ever ready for a fight.
  • But though in theory every living man and woman is merely an ancestor or ancestress born again and therefore should be his or her equal, in practice they appear to admit that their forefathers of the remote _alcheringa_ or dream time were endowed with many marvellous powers which their modern reincarnations cannot lay claim to, and that accordingly these ancestral spirits were more to be reverenced, were in fact more worshipful, than their living representatives. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia
  • The virtual citadel is endowed with the most important information concerning the history and the present of our bimillenary city.
  • Every size and color of the human spectrum was represented: young and old; men and women; black, white, and brown; bloated and emaciated; tattooed and unscarred; hairy and bald; well-endowed and not—all lying stiffly in the pale pallor of death. Law of Attraction
  • The similarity between these tables and the ones made for the Gallery in Kensington in 1727 endows the whole group with a stylistic unity.
  • Part of what makes them so interesting is Mr. Gibbs's point of view, which was that of an unintellectual but highly intelligent playgoer who knew what he liked and was amply endowed with horse sense. He Knew What He Liked—Not Much
  • We came out with an endowment mortgage. Times, Sunday Times
  • Africa, though endowed with a wealth of minerals and other resources, is the poorest continent in the world.
  • This sceptical dogma of "evasiveness" is generally found in alliance with some vague modern "religion" whose chief object is to strip the world of the dignity of its real tragedy and endow it with the indignity of some pretended assurance. The Complex Vision
  • The former, who showed no mercy to those who were physically less endowed than them, sowed the seeds of injustice and naked brutishness that stalk the country today.
  • These were endowments to pay for masses to be sung (Latin cantare, ‘to sing’), usually near a tomb or effigy, for the repose of one or more souls in purgatory.
  • The bad news for endowment policyholders just keeps coming. Times, Sunday Times
  • Public institutions, such as gymnasia, were endowed by wealthy benefactors, often royal, and supervised by public officials. 5. The Hellenistic World, to 30 B.C.E
  • Immediately on the endowment of a Majorat, and on the production of letters-patent, the titulary will be entered in the great-book of the public debt, for an unalienable revenue, according to the amount of his majorat. Memoirs To Illustrate The History Of My Time Volume 1
  • Chen read the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable.’
  • Oh!" said the Dean; "you may tell him I don't mind his disestablishing me again; for he didn't disendow me; he didn't confiscate my ticket! Ireland Under Coercion (2nd ed.) (2 of 2) (1888)
  • Even today you will find experts within the insurance world who will swear an endowment is the very best way to repay a homeloan.
  • The idea of theocracy of 'Power of King from God 'endowed the secular power with sanctitude and simultaneously the bondage which had never been given.
  • Hong Kong has been endowed with one of the finest natural harbours in the world.
  • By doing so and legislating the Qassas laws, the post-revolutionary state endowed fathers with the undisputed right of life and death over their children.
  • That plaguesome Polypheme was Captain Stubbard, begirt with a wife, and endowed with a family almost in excess of benediction, and dancing attendance upon Miss Dolly, too stoutly for his own comfort, in the hope of procuring for his own Penates something to eat and to sit upon. Springhaven
  • Since men are rational and egoistic, endowed with the right of property, the composition of output should be determined by consumer sovereignty.
  • Let no man's greatness be a bar to full utterance; but let temperance and charity -- duties peculiarly imperative when uttering derogatory truth -- be especially observed towards a resplendent suffering brother like Coleridge, suffering from his own weakness, but on that very account entitled to a tenderer consideration from those who are themselves endowed to feel and claim something more than common human affinity with a nature so large and so susceptive. Choice Specimens of American Literature, and Literary Reader Being Selections from the Chief American Writers
  • So why would anyone want to buy a traded endowment, given today's investment environment and the poor outlook for future bonus declarations?
  • O that he had but the wealth and treasure of both the Indies to endow her with, a carrack of diamonds, a chain of pearl, a cascanet of jewels, (a pair of calfskin gloves of four-pence a pair were fitter), or some such toy, to send her for a token, she should have it with all his heart; he would spend myriads of crowns for her sake. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Poor Lilly, it is doubtful if she was by endowment more than a lovely melomaniac doomed never to emerge from her musical primaries. Star-Dust
  • The snag about an endowment mortgage is its inflexibility.
  • As an African American diarist in antebellum and post-bellum America, she was a privileged individual by birth and endowment.
  • This is hardly a circumstance that should be welcomed in the academic disciplines, as it echoes the partisan and highly politicized award process set up at the National Endowment for the Humanities a dozen years ago.
  • Cicero, Plutarch, and others — that the atom of Epi - curus was endowed with a so-called clinamen of his invention. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • He will hold a new endowed professorial chair in cancer and stem cell biology.
  • He was instrumental in attracting funds to endow a visiting lectureship series and three professorships, the first such endowments in the College of Agriculture.
  • They are endowed rather with the magic arts than with the power of the divine name. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715
  • She is above all patriotic and endowed with practical common sense. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was built as powerfully as a bull and it was common knowledge that he was generously endowed by nature that his martyred wife feared the marriage bed as unbelievers once feared the rack.
  • How he disendowed the Jail -- stopped at once the City drain; Departmental Ditties & Barrack Room Ballads
  • They would also give top universities massive endowments to free them from state interference.
  • Her ex may have been well endowed but it was you she chose to be with. The Sun
  • Loan secured by endowment mortgage, minimum age 20 years.
  • ‘I endow ordinary people with love and sincerity,’ she said.
  • In firm and lofty character, pain is mastered; in a character so little endowed with cool tenacious strength as Rousseau's, pain such as he endured was enough to account, not for his unsociality, which flowed from temperament, but for the bitter, irritable, and suspicious form which this unsociality now first assumed. Rousseau
  • The cross is endowed with a special meaning for Christians.
  • Your work contains many studs and hunks who are very well-endowed.
  • This research was intent to establish a transgenic system of turf grass ' rye grass ' with high efficiency and endow it with stress tolerance ability.
  • The state of Michigan has endowed three institutes to do research for industry.
  • The universe for a mechanician is a machine that requires an operator; for chemistry -- that fiendish employment of decomposing all things -- the world is a gas endowed with the power of movement. The Magic Skin
  • It has been endowed with a mystic quality.
  • Then the pope, considering the great perils that might ensue by his departing, dispensed with him, and assoiled him of his avow, of which he sent to him a bull under lead, and enjoined him in penance to give the goods that he should have spent in his pilgrimage, to deeds of charity, and to re-edify some church of S. Peter, and endow it with sufficient livelihood. The Golden Legend, vol. 6
  • What cut of trouser will make me look excessively well endowed?
  • The state religion was disendowed, persecuted, and abolished. The Promised Day Is Come
  • Everybody is endowed with the ability to make ethical judgments.
  • Chomsky explains this phenomenon by suggesting that human individuals are innately endowed with a deep structure grammar of language.
  • There is a satisfaction in turning out of doors a nephew or niece who is pecuniarily dependent, but when the youthful relative is richly endowed, the satisfaction is much diminished. Phineas Finn
  • Well-endowed chantries were able to employ specific chantry priests, and to provide a chantry chapel, whether free standing or by screening off a section of a church aisle, where their duties could be performed.
  • Only Shakspeare was endowed with that healthy equilibrium of nature whose point of rest was midway between the imagination and the understanding, -- that perfectly unruffled brain which reflected all objects with almost inhuman impartiality, -- that outlook whose range was ecliptical, dominating all zones of human thought and action, -- that power of verisimilar conception which could take away _Richard III_ from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858
  • These kings were generous in their endowments to the temple in the 14th and 15th centuries.
  • A report by the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts published today – Rebalancing the economy (nesta. org.uk) – suggests that there are four possible courses for the UK: business as usual, a broad-based manufacturing renaissance, a hi-tech growth scenario and a case in which businesses invest heavily in innovation across the economy. Innovation will get the economy moving
  • The claimant paid the deposit and the balance was raised by way of an endowment mortgage in their joint names. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nature has endowed her with beauty and intelligence.
  • The former America's Got Talent judge will play Dondo, a well-endowed former porn star who is now making major coin by producing sleazy girl-on-girl adult films. Keck's Exclusives: Hoff Lands Extra-Large Anarchy Role
  • Central and Eastern Europe had traditionally been the continent's breadbasket; the region was endowed with rich agricultural land, providing an economic logic for why it should continue to produce and export agricultural goods.
  • In this framework, inequality in lifetime income arises basically from differences in endowments.
  • The utility model has a good decorative effect except that the utility model can endow certain temperature to the seat ring to resolve uncomfortableness of cool.
  • Hal promises to re-inter Richard II's body and endow two chantries so that priests can sing masses in perpetuity for Richard's soul (4.1). Shakespeare
  • the area is slenderly endowed with natural resources
  • It is endowed with those characteristics such as particularity, diversity, rareness and culture.
  • I once heard an Italian lady speak of a young friend whom she described as endowed with every virtue under heaven, "ma," she exclaimed, "povero disgraziato, ha ammazzato suo zio. Erewhon; or, Over the range
  • Was it prudently considered that the dullest of critics can read only as long as his eyes are open? and that the function of judge must incessantly bring under his cognisance papaverous volumes, with which only a super-human endowment of vigilance could hope successfully to contend? so that the goddess is driven, by the necessity of the game, to admit within the circuit of her somnolent sway, a virtue to which she is naturally and peculiarly hostile? Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 358, August 1845
  • But the relative position of consumers and firms along these curves is affected by their initial endowments. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • So strange, so inexplicable a phenomenon, attested by eye-witnesses, corroborated by men of recognized standing, and acknowledged by government as well as unofficial historians among the people who had sworn undying hostility to the Bábí Faith, may be truly regarded as the most marvelous manifestation of the unique potentialities with which a Dispensation promised by all the Dispensations of the past had been endowed. Rothwell Polk: Baha'is Commemorate The Martyrdom Of The Bab
  • Since Southern rails were scarcely equipped to carry even essential supplies, endowing the quartermaster with this authority often meant giving him plenipotentiary power over most railroad activities.
  • This old pundit was himself a distinguished mesmerist, and though generally unwilling to talk about what is termed occultism, on finding in me a man naturally endowed with the physical characteristics necessary to those pursuits, he had given me several valuable hints as to the application of my powers. Mr. Isaacs
  • We see him notebook in hand, endowed only with a nervy, unapplied curiosity.
  • He also urged people to remember that the country was very rich as it was endowed with enormous natural resources which remained unexploited.
  • Indeed, what would they give for a manager, preferably one working in tandem with a new owner endowed with coherent investment plans? Times, Sunday Times
  • To overcome factional strife, most Italian communes adopted the institution of podesta, a foreigner endowed with judicial and administrative powers. Steve Clemons: The Role of Podesta
  • This point beats and moves as though endowed with life, and from it two vein-ducts with blood in them trend in a convoluted course (as the egg substance goes on growing, towards each of the two circumjacent integuments); and a membrane carrying bloody fibres now envelops the yolk, leading off from the vein-ducts. The History of Animals
  • You are endowed with wealth, good health and a lively intellect.
  • The act released his physical energies without unfettering his will; his mind was still spellbound, but his powerful body and agile limbs, endowed with a blind, insensate life of their own, resisted stoutly and well.
  • The hospital was founded on an endowment fund.
  • Cranford" (PBS), a three-part "Masterpiece Classic" on life in an 1840s English village, addressed poverty, education, class, the role of women, child labor and more -- all in a work profoundly romantic and plentifully endowed with heartbreak, misprized love, matches made in heaven and the other sort. Live From New York, a Miracle
  • The money will be used to create an all-weather, all-purpose play area outside the playgroup in the grounds of Greendown School.
  • We donate to the school endowment fund every year.
  • Eleven schools have awards endowed and several more indicated plans to seek endowments.
  • Disestablishment, which of course preceded disendowment, was in many respects a gain. Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman
  • As a consequence of the approach adopted by insurance companies on the early surrender of endowment policies, a market has developed in second-hand endowment policies.
  • be endowed with sth to naturally have a particular feature, quality, etc: She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
  • The basic similarity between cells refers not only to their general plan but also to their genetic endowment.
  • She had endowed Marcus with the qualities she wanted him to possess.
  • The Endowment will support painters, sculptors, printmakers, and other artists in their efforts to better acquaint themselves with the natural world through both museum and field research.
  • A Chinese woman who claims she is endowed with a special gift that allows her to heal others was deported from Taiwan yesterday.
  • The metalware, ceramics, glassware, and carpets he depicted were highly prized and costly, and to add them to a painting endowed it with greater value through their physical presence.
  • The labium, which is divided into three joints, becomes flattened towards the tip, which is square, and ends in two thin membranous lobes, probably endowed with Our Common Insects A Popular Account of the Insects of Our Fields, Forests, Gardens and Houses
  • He was a lavish philanthropist, endowing hospitals and libraries as well as the famous art gallery.
  • _alcheringa_ age to have been endowed with marvellous powers which they themselves do not possess; but they do not regard these ancestral spirits as deities, nor do they pray and sacrifice to them for help and protection. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia
  • There are tests which can establish a baby's genetic endowment.
  • In situations where you would expect understeer on street tyres, the sticky rubber endows the front end with amazing grip.
  • The critical factor in the failure of endowment mortgages has been poor investment returns.
  • Thus, when the fingers are bent, the fleshy parts of the flexors of the fingers, placed in the arm, contract, in virtue of their peculiar endowment as muscles; and pulling the tendinous cords, connected with their ends, cause them to pull down the bones of the fingers towards the palm. Essays
  • They've sold some right horrors over the years, such as ropey endowments and high charging managed funds.
  • Prosperous companies erected their own guildhalls and endowed churches dedicated to the patron saint of their crafts, with chapels for their use.
  • The fact that relative factor endowments provide a valid prediction of the intersectoral pattern of trade was established in this chapter.
  • The accompanying disendowment of church funds provided substantial sums for the relief of Irish poverty.
  • Add to these resources the landed endowments of widows, whether dowers or dowries, and it can be seen that Edward's control over marriage was of key importance for his patronage programme.
  • You'll never be able to compete with somebody in terms of the talents and endowments that they have.
  • For every dominant alpha individual, well endowed with strength, cleverness, and hence females, there are more who lose out, and therefore end up as resentful and unsuccessful betas, deltas, and zetas.
  • I believe that the United States of America was founded on certain bedrock principles - that all men are created equal and are endowed with inalienable rights. Sound Politics: Goldy Confesses...
  • A private benefactor endowed the new Chair of Japanese Literature.
  • As they rode home they passed a row of almshouses that Gifford had built and endowed for the widows of small Catholic tradesmen who had been left in destitute circumstances. Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • The policy change will not affect those customers who complain that they were mis-sold their mortgage endowment policy.
  • The Concordat re-established the Church in France, but it did not re-endow the Church on a scale which would have enabled it at once to reconstruct its own educational system. France and the Republic A Record of Things Seen and Learned in the French Provinces During the 'Centennial' Year 1889
  • Edifices for Divine worship, asylums for the poor and sick, monasteries and nunneries, universities and schools, cathedral and collegiate churches, chantries and preceptories, were founded and endowed in great numbers. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux
  • In 1967 she established and endowed the Hilla yon Rebay Foundation to ‘foster, promote, and encourage the interest of the public in non-objective art.’
  • The alternative case where free entry restores standard comparative advantage is when factor endowments are sufficiently similar to permit factor price equalization.
  • There have been many gestural attempts to endow some buildings and the institutions that they house with significance through architectural symbolism.
  • By his invention, an older and smaller instrument, the chalumeau, of eleven notes, without producible harmonics, was, by an artifice of raising a key to give access to the air column at a certain point, endowed with a harmonic series of eleven notes a twelfth higher. Scientific American Supplement No. 819, September 12, 1891
  • For the first time buyer this choice will be between an annuity mortgage and an endowment mortgage.
  • His leadership has been accompanied by immense popularity that has endowed him with significant power and political clout.
  • Lord John Russell, in alliance with O'Connell, proposed the disendowment of that Church and defeated Victorian Worthies Sixteen Biographies
  • APF will also be increasing the size of its endowment for scholarships and existing grants in areas such as serious mental illness, neuropsychology, child psychology and the elimination of prejudice such as homophobia.
  • The regulator must prove not that some people were mis-sold endowments, but that the insurer did not implement and follow proper compliance procedures.
  • Dr. CHRISTOPHER BOUCEK (Association, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace): Ibrahim is believed by the Saudi authorities to be hiding out in Yemen with al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, and is thought to be a bomb-maker, as well as having experience with poisons and toxins and rockets and missiles. Yemen Plot Puts Spotlight On Saudi Bomb-Maker
  • we are told that man is endowed with reason and capable of distinguishing good from evil
  • So far, the endowment insurance has been able to transfer, the other nearly grows pro tempore to transfer.
  • I spotted a well-endowed girl in the audience wearing a tight white T-shirt.
  • He founded and endowed the Abercromby Chair of Archaeology in the University of Edinburgh.
  • The Church has done this for centuries (think of chantry chapels, endowments, etc.) and we never bat an eyelash. Anglican Church of Canada is hawking the silverware « Anglican Samizdat
  • He wasn't very well endowed. The Sun
  • To connect this point of view with the classical theory of surfaces, such an abstract surface is embedded into R 3 and endowed with the Riemannian metric given by the first fundamental form.
  • Life at Court was in fact an endless pursuit of advantage, status, pensions, offices, and perquisites from those whom royal favour endowed with power to bestow them.
  • He wore, it is true, a new and jaunty hunting-shirt of dressed deer-skin, as yellow as gold, and fringed and furbelowed with shreds of the same substance, dyed as red as blood-root could make them; but was otherwise, to the view, a plain yeoman, endowed with those gifts of mind only which were necessary to his station, but with the virtues which are alike common to forest and city. Nick of the Woods
  • Shall we disestablish and disendow the Church of England? Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Debate Index Second Edition
  • A natural endowment approach to equity would direct policy towards the gifted, who are better able to benefit from the policy.
  • Meanwhile it is referred to only because its consideration shows us some sort of excuse, if not warrant, for the higher education of woman, even though in the process of thus endowing her with economic independence, we disendow her of her distinctive womanhood, or at the very least imperil it; even though, more serious still, we deprive the race of her services as physical and psychical mother. Woman and Womanhood A Search for Principles
  • Lord Nuffield endowed educational and medical activities through the British United Provident Association, the Nuffield Foundation, and Nuffield College of Oxford University.
  • They endowed with high learning and working ability and get scholarship every year.
  • The osmotic adjustment endowed P. euphratica cell strong tolerance to salt stress.
  • The Church had been disestablished, and to some extent disendowed for many years, and at the present time the churches are maintained and the Clergy supported in different ways.
  • Upon the whole, then, the great argument for literary endowments is founded on the want, or the weakness of the natural appetency for literature in our species.
  • The rich businessman endowed the hospital with half his fortune.
  • The late Erik Bruhn, premier danseur and former artistic director of the National Ballet of Canada, posthumously endowed a competition to encourage promising young dancers.
  • Jin does not endow his protagonist with high powers of lyricism, brevity or a particularly happy ending.

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