How To Use Inheriting In A Sentence

  • In Matthew 25:36, Jesus says of those inheriting the kingdom of God, ‘I was in prison and you visited me.’
  • Mrs. Peckover had, in fact, the reputation of being wealthy; she was always inheriting, always accumulating what her friends called 'interess,' never expending as other people needs must. The Nether World
  • Already well known for his watercolours and woodcarvings, he turned his attention to miniatures after inheriting embroidery books and materials from friend Margaret Sarraff.
  • The two brothers split on inheriting the legacy of their parents.
  • If the government takes over a bank, the taxpayers tacitly acquire its assets, thereby inheriting all the uncertainties over valuation.
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  • And this disinherison was first allowed by the lex Iunia Vallaea, which explains the form which is to be used, and which resembles that employed in disinheriting family heirs born after the making of a will. The Institutes of Justinian
  • Inheriting his father's cinematograph, the young Motl Mendl is persuaded to settle in the shtetl and document local life in moving pictures. Travelling Light - review
  • [4125] For this is the end of the human race inheriting God; that as in the beginning, by means of our first [parents], we were all brought into bondage, by being made subject to death; so at last, by means of the New Man, all who from the beginning [were His] disciples, having been cleansed and washed from things pertaining to death, should come to the life of God. ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus
  • Pope purport: Inheriting the dunhuang art mural painting, use for their generation cultural heritage.
  • None of the bad publicity prevented him from inheriting a baronetcy - and the title Sir - when his father died last year.
  • He was beautifully formed, his body was sturdy and his face, though puffy and red, showed signs of inheriting his father's masculine beauty.
  • Or do you think inheriting money is a bad thing and plan to do something else with your assets? Times, Sunday Times
  • In his first game since inheriting the captaincy from the injured Hatcher, Modano responded with two goals, two assists, five shots, two blocked shots and a plus-1. Stars slowly dig out of season-long slump
  • This means that in each pregnancy, the fetus has a 50 percent chance of inheriting the autosomal dominant disorder. Genetics and Alagille Syndrome
  • This was especially the case once Henry resolved his doubts about a female succession by instituting divorce proceedings against Catherine of Aragon in 1527 with the aim of disinheriting Mary. From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • There were two of her ladies with her, and the whole group just looked at me, the women curiously, and Lakshmibai with the same damned disinheriting stare she'd used in the dungeon. Fiancée
  • It was then that the princess came in, with her gown all wet from the river, and she knew everything: the acclamation for the duke, the disinheriting of the family. The Red Queen
  • In them there was a type of the Jews who rejected Christ and were rejected by him, and then fell more than ever under the curse, when those who believed were inheriting the blessing; for they were broken, and ruined, and remain dispersed unto this day. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • Schools are inheriting an overentertained, distracted student," he said. Starbulletin Headlines
  • He overindulged his children, yet when we showed signs of inheriting this trait he was indignant.
  • The new Mrs. Kidder filed a motion for summary judgment, and the matter eventually ended up in federal district court in Baton Rouge, which this year awarded the approximately $250,000 in the account to her, disinheriting the children. Family Feuds: The Battles Over Retirement Accounts
  • Then, in a final twist of fate, when he dies he bequeaths his fortune to the church, disinheriting his children and abandoning his family to poverty. A Quick Review « Tales from the Reading Room
  • The poster titled "Clinical and quantitative fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography in pre - and symptomatic persons inheriting familial Alzheimer's disease mutations," will be presented on Monday, Jul 12, at 11: 30 AM - 1: 00 PM (HST). PRWeb - Daily News Feed
  • She has a guilt complex about inheriting so much money.
  • We are the descendants of a tradition bent on distrusting government in whatever it initiates, and we are disinheriting ourselves with expectations that the rule of law will always properly separate equality from equity, will always value conscience as highly as pious obedience, and with wisdom and proletarian virtue as its strengths, will never advance the majority at the expense of the minority. Americans Don't Seem To Mind "Surveillance Society"
  • The happiness put weight on his face, a kind of vague chubbiness Mitch was just now inheriting. The Gift of the 12th Congressional District of Michigan
  • But he knew the kid was a reprobate, and his will says nothing about disinheriting him for bad behavior. Why Trial Lawyers Say It Better
  • Clinical and quantitative fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography in pre - and symptomatic persons inheriting familial Alzheimer's disease mutations PRWeb - Daily News Feed
  • They learned how to build ships and navigate by the stars - perhaps even inheriting a tentative map of the globe.
  • BLACK: Murdoch the Sun King has come a long way in 55 years since inheriting a small Australian newspaper from his father. CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2007
  • While inheriting and developing the traditional Chinese culture it also combines such culture characteristics as comprehensive, brave, bold, and fortitudinous, etc.
  • But inheriting the sponsorship of a competition to unearth the Old Masters of tomorrow is a different matter altogether.
  • I left off, though, when I became aware that I was being watched by a belted constable with a damned disinheriting moustache, but I've calculated since that I could have cleared ten thousand dollars a year on the streets of Baltimore, easy, which is two thousand quid, sufficient to buy you a lieutenancy in the Guards in those days - and from the look of some of them, I'd not be surprised. THE NUMBERS
  • Inheriting Polya ' s mathematics thoughts and putting it into use, the author does some research on the students ' through questionnaire by teaching.
  • No ascertained individual was therefore cut off by an alienation inter vivos; an heir apparent or presumptive had an expectation of inheriting, but not a vested estate.
  • Indeed, for many people, the idea of inheriting cultural legacy has never occurred to them.
  • BLACK: Murdoch the Sun King has come a long way in 55 years since inheriting a small Australian newspaper from his father. CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2007
  • Tetraploids, inheriting a full complement of chromosomes from each parent, and thus having double the normal allowance, occur in nature or can be induced.
  • The two met in the late Eighties while studying medieval history at Manchester University; a fact that led to many chortles about geeks inheriting the dance floor.
  • A different mechanism for maintaining and inheriting a pattern of active and inactive genes relies on chemical or structural alterations in the chromosomes.
  • Berating Jews with their own history, disinheriting them of pity, as though pity is negotiable or has a sell-by date, is the latest species of Holocaust denial, infinitely more subtle than the David Irving version with its clunking body counts and quibbles over gas-chamber capability and chimney sizes. Howard Jacobson speaks his mind
  • Poor Byron. What terrible fuckin'luck. Imagine inheriting thirty five thousand dollars.
  • Before inheriting the title on the death of his father he had been left Field House, Flaxton, its 400 acres, and some tenanted farmsteads by an aunt.
  • During the summer months it is, on the northern side, covered with the flowers of a caulescent orchid (Ornithorhynchos) that has not been found anywhere else in the neighbourhood; and the natives, who are very fond of flowers, inheriting the taste from their Indian ancestors, at this time, often on Sundays ascend the peak and bring down large quantities of the blossoms. The Naturalist in Nicaragua
  • Gynogenesis is like parthenogenesis in that diploid zygotes inheriting all chromosomes from their mother can develop without a genetic contribution from males.
  • When he died he left her nothing but the boy Tom, a precocious urchin, inheriting some of his father's sporting propensities, with a certain slang smartness of tone and manner, acquired in those circles where horseflesh is affected as an inducement to speculation. M. or N. "Similia similibus curantur."
  • You can get rich in several ways: by winning a lottery, marrying into money, inheriting wealth, suing, or careful scrimping and saving over a lifetime.
  • Land records are rarely updated, and people who have been tilling the land for years after inheriting it from their parents are not listed as co-sharers.
  • Among Bullock County residents, owning a fine bird dog could build a man's reputation almost as quickly as inheriting large sums of money or land.
  • The rules about inheriting realty and personalty were very different.
  • There is a suggestion that offspring do not have an even chance of inheriting a trait from either parent.
  • So much for the comfort of inheriting successful ongoing projects.
  • I left off, though, when I became aware that I was being watched by a belted constable with a damned disinheriting moustache, but I've calculated since that I could have cleared ten thousand dollars a year on the streets of Baltimore, easy, which is two thousand quid, sufficient to buy you a lieutenancy in the Guards in those days - and from the look of some of them, I'd not be surprised. THE NUMBERS
  • The civil status of slaves in Tennessee, as well as in other states in which slavery existed, was such as to disable them from inheriting or transmitting property by descent.
  • It could be a piece on building your collection, buying your books from pavements, Wheeler stalls, traffic signals or ordering them on the net; fanatic non-lenders who don't lend their books no matter what; lenders who are always passing on their books; rage at book vandals who scribble in ballpoint pen in the margins and underline lines they are particularly moved by; diarists; fetishes like only buying hard back; memories associated with inscriptions on the first page; the heady smell of old paper pockmarked with pinholes; serendipitious discoveries; the quirks of your local lending library, lifelong quests to source and own a whole series, say Granta or the Time Life series; first-edition fanatics; inheriting grandpa's collections and so on. Archive 2006-06-01
  • And bring forward a new method basic on inheriting the reasonable element of these viewpoints.
  • After inheriting a new classroom and curriculum, I found myself with the challenge of incorporating a huge surplus of supplies into a new class structure.
  • She has a guilt complex about inheriting so much money.
  • It would operate like inbreeding, which increases the odds of offspring inheriting the same deleterious recessive allele from both parents.
  • First is the possibility of inheriting a major gene for liability, but not developing the disease.
  • If he does, the umpire will merely direct the proper batter to take his place in the batter's box while inheriting the count.
  • According to his brief official biography, this quondam insurance broker entered the House of Lords a year after inheriting a title from his grandfather, in 1986.
  • The two brothers split on inheriting the legacy of their parents.
  • The way many estate plans are currently worded could cause them to backfire, either by triggering unnecessary state estate taxes or even accidentally disinheriting a surviving spouse. Does Your Trust Need a Tune-Up?
  • Kiri is registered blind after inheriting an eye disease from partially sighted Daphne.
  • In fact, should McCain prevail in 2008, he will be inheriting a legacy of red ink in which Mr. Bush took a projected $5.6 trillion surplus over the next ten years and has left America with a hefty deficit. McCain Too Liberal Like Saying Clinton Too Woman « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • The farming class that predominated in post-famine Ireland turned increasingly to the restrictive practices of impartible inheritance, primogeniture, and the arranged match, with family hopes and resources pinned on the inheriting son and the first-married daughter. Gutenber-e Help Page
  • This argument is misleading and cannot justify selectively disinheriting women.
  • This method can compete mastered knowledge inheriting by selection operation to former rules, can perform rules mutation operation by resemble degree computation.
  • Younger members of the family came into the business as apprentices, learning the trade, and eventually inheriting the business.
  • [4125] For this is the end of the human race inheriting God; that as in the beginning, by means of our first [parents], we were all brought into bondage, by being made subject to death; so at last, by means of the New Man, all who from the beginning [were His] disciples, having been cleansed and washed from things pertaining to death, should come to the life of God. ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus
  • I'm not against buying second hand clothes, nor inheriting from other people.

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