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One first step was to figure out whether this Hopkins was the same man who had bequeathed the gift.
Even before they die, supergiants seem to bequeath material to the next generation of stars.
When you have something very good, as good as Americans have it, they have to learn to fight to keep it and protect it, just like anything that is bequeathed to you.
The little property from which his income was derived was not within his power to bequeath.
FENTON'S QUESTM. E. BRADDON
In most abbeys it was customary for the brethren to give or bequeath their books to their house.
But he did not wish to close up the future; he was glad, on the contrary, to bequeath his hypotheses to the younger generation.
DOCTOR PASCALEMILE ZOLA
If I have left the epaulettes of my ancestors reposing in their domestic shrine, I can bequeath to my children other decorations.
THE CROSS OF BERNYEMILE DE GIRARDIN
We have no right to bequeath chains and manacles to our heirs.
For a time it seemed as if he might also bequeath to his successor a foreign war.
ANDREW JACKSONWILLIAM GARROTT BROWN
The Queen had threatened, in her wrath, to bequeath her unsatisfied claims on the Elector to his brothers.

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