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And, for what it’s worth, the best ranking bestowed upon Rivers in the yearly NFL Top 100 rankings was 17th in 2019 behind four other passers, Brees, Patrick Mahomes, Brady and Rodgers.
We are not talking necessarily about some grand cosmic meaning, or a divine meaning bestowed by God, or even a lasting, eternal meaning.
For the first time, a vegan restaurant gets a Michelin star in FranceThis week, the dining guide arm of tire company Michelin returned to its home country, bestowing stars on 638 restaurants in France, including 57 new starred restaurants.
I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you’ve bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors.
By great energy, and the bestowal of a large sum of money, the place was opened in 1850, Ole Bull leading the orchestra.
Disputed points were submitted to his arbitration, and his advice was sought in the bestowal of official places.
To-day we are rich in old and new facilities for the bestowal of form.
Some talked in a low voice; others watched the king, awaiting the bestowal of a look or a word.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
But the bestowal of those pensions too often invited direct censure.
Seal my purpose of amendment with the bestowal of Thy grace, and preserve me in Thy grace and love unto the end.

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