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A life-time as long as that conferred upon the namesake of Tithonus.

The practical result of the Ode was a pension of 200 a year conferred on him by Queen Anne.

Sometimes it is conferred by an unfriendly and inconsiderate hand.

Another great benefit they conferred upon the world was that of charity.

He accepted the office in the spirit in which it had been conferred upon him.

They are almost the only favour the muses have conferred on me in that country.

She died in 1803, only three years after the Baronetcy had been conferred upon her husband.

It was like a great resignation which conferred a great responsibility.

Now, if the men called him Astyanax, is it not probable that the other name was conferred by the women?

His manner of thanking me seemed to imply that we had conferred a favor.

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